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The James N. Landis Medal is presented for outstanding personal performance related to designing, constructing, or managing the operation of major steam-powered electric stations using nuclear or fossil fuels. The candidate must also demonstrate personal leadership in humanitarian pursuits, which may include committee activity, Section leadership, or the broad non-technical professional activity of the nominee’s engineering society.
The award was established in 1977 in honor of James N. Landis, President of ASME in 1958.
$7500, Bronze Medal, Certificate and Travel expense supplement to attend the award presentation.
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— Jenn T. Dandrea, ASME Member since 2004
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