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2020 Medal and Award Recipients

Congratulations to the following distinguished awardees who will receive their recognition at the Annual Business Meeting held during the 2021 ASQ’s Annual World Conference on Quality and Improvement.

To learn more about nominating an individual for an ASQ medal - go to https://asq.org/about-asq/asq-awards.

Brumbaugh Award

Jun LiJun Li, Department of Statistics, University of California-Riverside, Riverside, California

Brumbaugh Award presented to Jun Li, Department of Statistics, University of California-Riverside, Riverside, California- 2020 Jun Li, for authoring "A two-stage online monitoring procedure for high-dimensional data streams" Journal of Quality Technology 2019 Vol. 51 No. 4 pp. 392-406.




  


Crosby Medal

No Recipients for 2020

Deming Service Medal

No Recipients for 2020

Edwards Medal

Denis LeonardDenis Leonard, GRAHAM, Hillsborough, Northern Ireland

Edwards Medal presented to Denis Leonard, GRAHAM, Hillsborough, Northern Ireland - "For leadership in a range of National Boards and Committees covering Quality Award Programs, Lean, ISO, CSR, the construction industry; Research and publications, Denis has influenced thinking, challenged attitudes and conventions to promote quality and improve the management of organizations, strategy, products, services and impact on society.”

Feigenbaum Medal

No Recipients for 2020

Freund-Marquardt Medal

Edward LawsonEdward Lawson, Gleason Metrology Systems, Retired Dayton, OH

Freund-Marquardt Medal presented to Edward Lawson, Gleason Metrology Systems, Retired Dayton, OH - “For over four decades of technical and leadership services to the development and implementation of a new generation of quality standards for the gear industry.”

Grant Medal

No Recipients for 2020 Awards

Gryna Medal

No Recipients for 2020

Hromi Medal

Rehman AzizAziz Rehman, Saudi Aramco, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia

Hromi Medal presented to Aziz Rehman, Saudi Aramco, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia- “For dedicated and long-term contributions to the Quality community as an instructor and presenter on numerous inspection related topics. Specifically, for being a part time college instructor, leading hands-on workshops, providing expertise for certification exam development, and sharing his knowledge via presentations and publication of articles on inspection topics.”


Distinguished Service Medal

Stephen HackerStephen K. Hacker, Transformation Systems International (CEO). Bend, Oregon

Distinguished Service Medal presented to Stephen K. Hacker, Transformation Systems International (CEO). Bend, Oregon- “For a distinguished career of contributions to the global quality profession; for leadership in establishing quality practices; for promotion of transformational science, trust and cultural change in his writings, research, consulting, speaking and organizational leadership; and selflessly serving others in their leadership development.”
Hutchens Medal

Michael O'ConnarMichael G. O'Connor, Medtronic, Minneapolis, MN

Hutchens Medal presented to Michael G. O'Connor, Medtronic, Minneapolis, MN- “For demonstrating outstanding leadership which provided advocacy and for supporting the Sanneh Foundation (TSF) and helping underprivileged students obtain the services they need and improve the social good of the community. For over five years, projects teams were created and deployed to help The Sanneh Foundation with an estimated annual savings of $25,000 per year and a total to date savings of $125,000.”

Ishikawa Medal

No recipients for 2020 awards

Juran Medal

No recipients for 2020 awards

Lancaster Medal

No Recipients for 2020

Shainin Medal

Victor A. EliasVictor A. Elias, U.S. Army, Combat Capabilities Development Command Armaments Center, Picatinny Arsenal, New Jersey

Shainin Medal presented to Victor A. Elias, U.S. Army, Combat Capabilities Development Command Armaments Center, Picatinny Arsenal, New Jersey -  “For the development of a guide for aid in the creation of useful measures designed to accomplishing an organizational goal.”



Shewhart Medal

DoganaksoyNecip Doganaksoy, Siena College School of Business, Loudonville, NY

Shewhart Medal presented to Necip Doganaksoy, Siena College School of Business, Loudonville, NY - “For statistical leadership in advancing and advocating for proactive quality and reliability assurance through high-impact applications, research, publications for practitioners, training, and service to the profession.”