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2023 Recipients

2024 Medal and Award Recipients

Congratulations to the following distinguished awardees for 2024.

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

Brumbaugh Award

Martin A. Brumbaugh Award

For technical articles, presented for:

Co-authoring Predictive ratio CUSUM (PRC): A Bayesian approach in online change point detection of short runs, Journal of Quality Technology, 55:4, 391-403, to:  




Konstantinos Bourazas

Athens University of Economics and Business, Athens, Greece




Frédéric Sobas

Hospices Civils de Lyon, Lyon, France




Panagiotis Tsiamyrtzis

Politecnico di Milano, Milano, Italy

Crosby Medal

Luciana Paulise 

Spring, Texas

For authoring The We Culture, which delves into the power of collaborative leadership and brilliantly explores how fostering a culture of unity and shared purpose can drive organizational success, becoming a must-read for anyone seeking to create a cohesive and high-performing organization.


Deming Medal

Paul Hollingworth

Monmouth, United Kingdom 

For exceptional effectiveness in coaching leaders to adopt Profound Knowledge; steering personal and organizational transformations for 10+ years, to produce lasting outcomes including individual ownership and Joy in Work.

Distinguished Service Medal

Robert “QualityBob” Mitchell

Southwest Alliance for Excellence, Phoenix, Arizona, USA

For dedicated leadership in advancing quality concepts and tools worldwide through the application and extensive training in industry with emphasis on business performance and improvement techniques including ISO, Baldrige, TQM, Lean, and Six Sigma methodologies at all levels; and for his extensive and unselfish leadership within ASQ, serving as Chair at the Division within the American Society for Quality, serving as Chair at the Division and Section levels, and on Society committees and project teams.

Edwards Medal

THERE WERE NO RECIPIENTS OF THIS MEDAL FOR 2024.


Feigenbaum Medal

THERE WERE NO RECIPIENTS OF THIS MEDAL FOR 2024. 

Freund-Marquardt Medal



Susan LK Briggs

SLK Briggs, LLC, Southport, North Carolina, USA

In recognition of a distinguished career in developing and implementing technical and environmental management standards; for outstanding leadership within the ISO standards community; and for recognition by her peers and clients for significant contributions to improving environmental management processes.

 

Grant Medal



Milton Krivocuka

California State University Dominguez Hills, Carson, California, USA

For his long-term dedication and leadership in championing a fully accredited and exemplary master’s in quality degree program designed to prepare quality professionals to apply the tools and methodologies of Quality body of knowledge to achieve performance excellence.

 

Gryna Award

THERE WERE NO RECIPIENTS OF THIS AWARD FOR 2024.


Hromi Medal



Kaibo Liu

University of Wisconsin - Madison, Madison, Wisconsin, USA

For investing in advanced, adaptive inspection and statistical process control for big data streams—innovative methods quickly detect and localize anomalies by inspecting data streams in the spatial domain; for contributions to the body of knowledge with 10 publications, 25+ talks, two courses taught, and leading four projects related to awards, which have led to four best paper/poster awards, six special recognitions.

Hutchens Medal

THERE WERE NO RECIPIENTS OF THIS MEDAL FOR 2024.

 

Ishikawa Medal


HUSAIN ALI AL-OMANI 

AACE International/CECO Environmental,Eastern Province, SAUDI ARABIA 

For his outstanding contribution in promoting equal access and affordability to CMQ/OE and CSSBB educational resources to emerging Middle Eastern leaders through inclusiveness and being an ASQ Goodwill Ambassador worldwide.

 
Juran Medal

TIM S. GITZEL

Cameco, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, CANADA

For demonstrating breakthrough leadership during a prolonged and challenging energy market crisis that resulted in sustained excellent business performance through people-oriented initiatives and objectives.

 

Lancaster Medal

JAY P. PATEL

Quality & Productivity Solutions, Inc., Marlborough, Massachusetts, USA

For distinguished global contributions in quality and productivity, improvement of people, and process and performance over the past 30 years; for promoting quality principles through consulting, training, auditing, and volunteer services to professionals, businesses, and the global community.

 
Shainin Medal

Dan Conrad
Daniel C. Conrad

Hussmann Corporation, Bridgeton, Missouri, USA

For development of an innovative methodology to embed design for reliability into the culture of the total organization via an integrated approach which focuses the risk mitigation efforts though the Reliability 9-step framework combined with NUDs risk management.

Shewhart Medal

Peihua Qiu

University of Florida, Gainsville, Florida

For seminal research in developing new quality control methodologies; for exploring new applications of process control charts; for leadership in promoting quality and statistics in healthcare and biomedical studies; and for outstanding editorial service to ASQ - sponsored journals.