Worcester Reed Warner Medal
The Worcester Reed Warner Medal is awarded to an individual for outstanding contribution to the permanent literature of engineering. Contributions may be single papers, treatises or books, or a series of papers.
They should be progressive ideas relating to engineering, scientific and industrial research associated with mechanical engineering; the design and operation of mechanical and associated equipment; industrial engineering or management, organization, operation, and the concomitants of each; or other subjects closely associated with those mentioned. To qualify as having permanent value, any paper or treatise should not be less than five (5) years old.
Worcester Reed Warner, Charter Member and Sixteenth President of the Society, established the medal by bequest in 1930.
Form of Award: $2000, Vermeil Medal and Certificate
Limitation(s): Literature must be at least 5 years old
Professor J.N. Reddy received the Worcester Reed Warner Medal in 1992 when he was a Professor and the Holder of the Oscar S Endowed Chair in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas.