To excite young people in materials, science, and engineering careers.
ASM MATERIALS EDUCATION FOUNDATION
2010 BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Dr. Raymond Decker, FASM Dr. Donald R. Muzyka, FASM Dr. Aziz I. Asphahani, FASM
Chair President & CEO (Retired) Chairman (Retired)
Chief Technical Officer and Treasurer Special Metals Corp. Carus Chemical Co.
Mr. Andrew Nydam Dr. George A. Roberts, FASM
Mr. Ronald J. Parrington Teacher Chairman (Retired)
Vice Chair Olympia School District Teledyne, Inc.
IMR Test Labs Incorporated Dr. Bhakta B. Rath, FASM Dr. Jack G. Simon, FASM
Associate Director of Research President, Alpha Sigma Mu Honorary
Dr. Lyle H. Schwartz, FASM Head, Materials Science & Component Society for Materials Science &
Immediate Past Chair Technology Directorate, US Naval Engineering
Director (Retired) Research Laboratory
Air Force Office of Science Research Dr. Alton Romig, Jr., FASM
Ms. Karen Sabo Executive Vice President & Deputy
Dr. Roch J. Shipley, P.E. A.C.I. E./Manager, Motorcycle Quality Laboratories Chief Operating Officer
Treasurer Control Sandia National Laboratories
Principal Engineer Honda of America Manufacturing, Inc.
Professional Analysis and Consulting, Inc. Dr. Thomas G. Stoebe, FASM
Dr. Frederick E. Schmidt, P.E., FASM Professor Emeritus (Retired)
Mr. Charles R. Hayes Technical Director - Materials Eng. University of Washington
Secretary Engineering Systems Incorporated
ASM Materials Education Foundation Dr. Mark F. Smith, FASM
Deputy Director, Manufacturing
Mr. Michael B. Connelly Science and Technology Center
Vice President Sandia National Laboratories
Mr. Stanley Theobald
Dr. Carl J. Czajkowski Managing Director
Division Head, Detector Development ASM International
Brookhaven National Laboratory Dr. Robert C. Tucker, Jr., FASM
Ms. Janice Edwards The Tucker Group LLC
J L Consultants
Dr. Lawrence C. Wagner
Mr. Robert D. Halverstadt, FASM Vice President Dist. Member Technical
Chairman Emeritus (Retired) Staff, FA Tech Strategy Manager (Retired)
Special Metals Corporation Texas Instruments
Dr. Peggy Jones
Technical Specialist, Materials
General Motors Company
Mr. Ashok Khare, FASM
Ash Khare Consulting LLC
Dr. Edward Kottcamp, Jr., FASM
Electron Energy Corporation
Dr. David Krashes, FASM
MMR Group Inc.
CORPORATE PARTNERS Electralloy Modern Industries
Ellwood Group, Inc. MTL Engineering
American Iron Engineering Systems,
and Steel Inc.
ASB Industries Fort Wayne Metals
General Motors Nickel Institute
Honda of America
Battelle Nucor Corporation
Industrial Heating Princeton University
Bodycote Instron Corporation Rossin Foundation
Symposium on Rutgers University
Boston International Thermal Saegertown
Scientific Spray Association Manufacturing
Bozzone Family Jenike and Johanson, Shoreline
Foundation Inc. Community College
Buck Company John Deere Company Titanium Institute
Buehler Kolene Corporation Triad Research
Lambda Research V&M Star Steel
Lockheed VDM - USA
Crucible Laboratories Western Sintering
Duke Energy Meadville Forging
& Research, Inc.
Titanium $10,000+ Torcolini, Robert J.
ASM Chicago Regional Chapter UES Incorporated
Battelle Williams, James C.
Chevron ETC Silver $500 -$999
Duval, Edouard American Ceramic Society Foundation
International Symposium on Superalloys Becton Dickinson Ophthalmic Sys.
Krashes, David Drosdak, II, John M.
NACE Foundation Fabian, Roger J.
Romig, Jr., Alton D. French American Chamber of Commerce
The University of Akron Hogue, Frauke
Platinum $5,000 - $9,999 International Thermal Spray Association
ASM Materials Camp Canada Kulkarni, Kishor
Bodycote Lockwood, Ronald C.
Decker, Raymond and Mary Mahmoud, Salah E.
Engineering Systems Inc. Parrington, Ronald J.
Jones, Peggy E. Passek, Thomas S.
Youngstown State University Prevey, Paul S.
QuesTek Innovations LLC
Gold $1,000 - $4,999 Singh, Mrityunjay
AIST Foundation Smith, Mark F.
Allen, Benjamin C. Smith, Steven M.
Andrews, John V. Sonon, Daniel E.
ASB Industries Incorporated Swiglo, A. Alan
ASM Cincinnati Chapter Viney, Christopher
ASM Cleveland Chapter
ASM Puget Sound Chapter
Asphahani, Aziz I.
B&WY12 Technical Services LLC
Baik-Kromalic, Sue Washington State
Carpenter Technolgy Corporation University Faculty
Chevron Humankind “Our numbers at the freshmen
Chong, Dianne year just went up last year and
Connelly, Michael B. when I looked at the list of
Copley, Stephen M. and Judith A. schools, it was new schools that
Dennies, Daniel P. we hadn't dealt with. They were
Halverstadt, Robert D. schools where teachers have
Hayes, Charles and Diana done the Materials Camp. Just
Honda Of America Fnd. wanted to let you know that I
Judson, Robert H. think your work with ASM is
Muzyka, Donald R. really making a difference in the
Oak Ridge Associated Universities number of students interested
SAMPE in materials in the state.”
Schmidt, Frederick E.
Simmons, Richard P.
The University of Tennessee
Theobald, Stan and Kate
Bronze $100 - $499 O'Leary, Daniel J. Chevalier, Richard
Abbaschian, Reza Oparowski, Joseph M. Christodoulou, Juli
Adams, Francis E. Plehn, Edward J. Chung, Gwendolyn J.
Alexander, Dale E. Potter, Vernon C. Clark III, Francis
Allen, W. J. Puerta, Douglas G. Clark, Harold R.
Allison, John E. Pursall, P. Classen, Daniel C.
Anderson, Raymond H. Puyear, Robert B. Colica, Mario
Angelides, Peter Rapp, Robert A. Cusmai, Tony
Arthur. Robert P. Roberts, Richard A. Davies, Richard G.
Barnes, Randall S. Romano, Ralph Davis, Fred W.
Benz, Mark Santner, Joseph S. DeFeo, Angelo J.
Bigelow, Clifford C. Shapowal, Lana Diehl, Kenneth L.
Blessing, Welton Shilling, Jack Dimiduk, Dennis M.
Botti, Cheryl A. Shipley, Roch J. Dormer, George J.
Bowden, David M. Skiff, Peter Dougherty, James R.
Brailsford, Alan D. Spaulding, Scott W. Dowell, Michael B.
Bridenbaugh, Peter R. Steve Batzer Duda, Patricia
Burke, Denny Stork Technimet Incorporated Dulucheanu, Constantin
Callister, William D. Tarleton, John M. Dyrdahl, John R.
Carpenter, Jr., Joseph A. Theus, George Edwards, Ralph P.
Chao, Chung-Yao Totta, Paul A. Elkind, Bret J.
Clauer, Allan H. Trester, Paul W. Elliott, Peter
Clinton, Jr., Charles E. Turner, Arthur P. Erwin, William
Clum, James A. Tuthill, Richard Fauchais, Pierre
Crooks, Ronald D. Wade, Steven A. Fine, Morris E.
Czajkowski, Carl J. Walker, James L. Fleming, Mary Anne
Dieter, George E. Wang, Michael N. Flinn, John E.
Dunand, David C. Weertman, Johannes Fraker, Anna C.
Elliott, Daniel S. Weertman, Julia R. Gabb, Timothy P.
Erichsen, Wallace J. Whalen, Thomas J. Garrett, Steven M.
Gaw, William Wiffen, F. W. GE Foundation
Gillespie, Charles K. Worden, Jr., Clee O. Gee, James T.
Grimes, Gerald G. Zimmer, Walter H. Geoffrion, Richard
Gschneidner, Karl Zwilsky, Klaus M. Godfrey, Loren
Hayrynen, Kathy L. Goerner, John D.
Hirotaka Fukanuma, Hirotaka Friends $99 & under Goma, Kanji
Hirth, John P. Abruzzino, Elizabeth Gonzalez, Sandra C.
Horner, Howard E. Albala, Lorenzo Granger, Douglas A.
Intel Volunteer Grant Program Aliya, Debbie Green, Allen C.
Kammerer, Henry G. Allan, Shawn M. Griffith, Ronald L.
Kanne, Jr., William R. Anderson, Arvid N. Groeneveld, Thomas P.
Knorovsky, Gerald A. Anderson, Iver E. Hahn, Michael T.
Knudson, Steven E. Arbes, Carl J. Hales, III, Crispin
Kodali, Padma Ault, G. M. Hallquist, John O.
Kramer, L. D. Austin, C. W. Halsey, William G.
Kurtz, Steven J. Barbour, George Hanada, Shuji
Lai, George Y. Barnes, Anthony J. Harris, Kenneth
Landy, Charles F. Bauer, Robert A. Healey, Stephen C.
Letcavits, John J. Baxter, Jr., Donald F. Hepp, Joseph T.
Louthan, Jr., McIntyre R. Beiss, Paul Hertzberg, Richard W.
Marshall, Laura Beitscher, Stanley Heston, T. K.
Merritt, Carolyn Bhat, Biliyar N. Himson Industrial Ceramic Pvt.
Mikoda, James Bobee, Thomas G. Hoffman, Raymond T.
Milano, Nicholas P. Boyer, Ronald Hohenberg, Edward G.
Miller, Joanne Brincko, Andrew J. Huettich, Noel J.
Mocarski, Stanislaw Caldwell, Jr., Sargent Huffman, Dennis D.
Moosbrugger, Charles J. Campbell, Ronald Hunt, Margaret
Nash, Guiru Celli, Marco Hurst, James J.
Nowak, Greg Cerne, John Ilavsky, Jan
Nye, Donald E. Chaney, Ben F. Jenkins, James F.
Reece, Jeffrey P.
Jessen, Jr., Nicholas C. Rense, Charles E.
Jezek, Rudolph J. Richards, Bill
Jones, George C. Rigney, David 2010 Eisenman
Kaminsky, Kurtis J. Robinson, John W.
Karp, Philip I.
Keiser, James R. Rosenfield, Alan R. Student
Kelley, Nathan L. Rua, Joseph M.
Kenik, Edward RusanDePriamus, Tiberius Thank you very
Kirkham, Kenneth K. Sandrock, Gary D. much for making my
Kiser, Matthew T. Sauve, J. E. experience at ASM
Knauer, Michael P. Scattergood, Ronald O. Materials Camp
Koch, Carl C. Sciammarella, Federico M. possible. I am 16 yrs.
Kosec, Ladislav Scully, John R. old and I am going to
Kottke, William C. Semcer, Frank J. be a senior at
Kuntz, Jason P. Seren, Joseph J. Massachusetts
Lampman, Steve Shimosato, Yoshikazu Academy of Math
Lauritzen, Carrie A. Siebert, Oliver W. and Science at WPI. I
Lee, Richard Silva, Eugene A. had a lot of fun this
Lentz, Charles W. Simmons, Louis Earl week while learning
Levy, Victor Singh, Narsingh B.
a lot about materials
Lewis, Herbert I. Siren, Nils T.
Liebchen, Karl H.
science. I really
Smialek, James L.
Mabry, Mark R. enjoyed
Smith, Ellis J.
MacAulay, Lyle C. Smith, Eugene L.
Machlin, Irving Smith, James L. sand casting. Seeing
Mahanes, Harold P. Snyder, Burton K. the microstructure
Mancilla, Sr., Macial Pina Sobieski, Richard of the metallography
Martolini, Franco Soboyejo, Wole O. samples that we
Matousek, Jan W. Stinson, Jonathan S. prepared was
Maute, Kurt Stoller, Raymond J. amazing. Before I
Mayer, Jr., Robert Stuart, Laura R. came to this camp, I
McBauer, Patrick A. Stump, Richard B. knew I wanted to be
McDermott, Richard P. Takahashi, Tohru an engineer, but I
McKee, Richard F. Tamarin, Charles S. wasn’t sure what
McLaughlin, David Tarleton Landis, Nancy kind. Now I think I
McLean, Alexander Tartaglia, John M. might be a materials
McRae, James A. Taylor, Leslie engineer. I really
Metz, Jr., Kenneth L. Threlkeld, Christopher R. appreciate what you
Miki, Yasushi Toh, Chin Hoi
have given to this
Miranda, Gaspar R. Toler, David
Myers, John T. Trojan, Paul
Nagata, Peter K. Valyko, Donna J.
Nageswaran, Rama VandeBrake, Ken White, Philip R.
Nash, Samuel K. VanDenend, Gary White, William E.
Neumann, Joachim P. VanTilburg, G. C. Whiteside, Glenn G.
Newman, Jesse J. Vatalaro, James F. Whittenberger, J. Daniel
Niedringhaus, Philip Veith, George C. Wilhelmi, George F.
Nolet, Teresa Virkar, Anil V. Witt, Gary G.
NunezCobian, Arturo M. Vittori, Stephen W. Wu, Ming H.
Pechulis, Michael J. Wang, Qigui Wynblatt, Paul P.
Pederson, Ralph Warner, Terry Wyte, Michael
Perkins, Michael W. Wave Current Precision Parts Ltd Xiang, Helen Yu
Pfeifer, Michael J. Weber, Richard G. Yarosik, Bernard S.
Piccione, Dominic Weiss, Volker Yokota, Hideo
Pickett, Barbara J. Welch, John J. Yolton, Fred C.
Pond, Jr., Robert B. Zeis, Lawrence A.
Prichard, Paul D.
“Many of us have donated our time, talent and some of our treasure to the Foundation, and want to assure that the
profession will continue to grow.”
Donald R. Muzyka,
ASM Materials Education Foundation, Treasurer 2004 -2009
ASM President, 2002-2003
Anonymous (1) Gordon and Ann Geiger
Professor Jagdish Narayan R. G. “Gil” Gilliland
Dr. and Mrs. Aziz I. Asphahani Diane Goldin
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Nielsen Dr. William W. Scott, Jr.
Riad I. Asfahani Maryella and Robert D. Halverstadt
Andy and Jane Nydam Roch J. Shipley
Don and Marilyn Blickwede Chuck and Diana Hayes
Ron and Cheryl Parrington Jack and Ene Simon
Richard D. Brams Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Hollander
Mr. And Mrs. Greg Petrus Edward E. Slowter
Dr. and Mrs. Spencer H. Bush Mr. and Mrs. Ashok Khare
John and Nancy Pridgeon Robert Sparks
Wilford H. Couts Jr. Mr. Fred Kisslinger
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Racheff Tom and Jan Stoebe
W. Raymond Cribb William P. Koster
Bhakta B. and Sushama Rath Dr. and Mrs. Carl E. Swartz
Mary and Ray Decker Edward H. Kottcamp, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Reich R. C. Tucker, Jr., PhD, FASM
Dr. Daniel P. Dennies David and Barbara Krashes
George A. Roberts Julius L. Turk
Mr. and Mrs. W. William Dyrkacz Dr. George Krauss
Alton D. and Julie Romig Mr. and Mrs. Kent R. Van Horn
Mr. and Mrs. William Hunt Eisenman Dr. Christopher Viney and Dr. Lisa Gilliland-Viney
Karen Sabo Warren H. Krogstad
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Focke William D. Manly
Dr. Frederick E. Schmidt Dr. and Mrs. Donald Muzyka
Lyle H. Schwartz and Celesta S. Jurkovich Dr. and Mrs. Charles A. Wert
Partners ASM Northwestern Pennsylvania
“ASM Foundation programs
provide visibility for the local
ASM Oak Ridge
chapter, ASM International
and the hosting lab (a
ASM Eastern New York
The participating mentors
enjoy the rewarding
experience. It has
strengthened chapter ties
with the local university.”
ASM Puget Sound
ASM Central Florida
ASM South Central Pennsylvania
ASM Chicago Regional
ASM Lehigh Valley
ASM Quad Cities USA
ASM Los Angeles
ASM Twin Tier
ASM Metro New York-New Jersey
ASM Pittsburgh Golden Triangle
ASM West Michigan
Material Advantage Chapters
Penn State University Chapter
Missouri University of Science and Technology Chapter
University of Texas Arlington Chapter
Science & Engineering Fairs
American Samoa Guam Peru
Argentina Hungary Philippines
Australia India Portugal
Belarus Ireland Puerto Rico
Brazil Israel Mexico
Canada Italy Russia
Chile Japan Singapore
China Jordan South Africa
Chinese Taipei Kazakhstan South Korea
Costa Rica Kyrgyzstan Sweden
Czech Republic Malaysia Turkey
Denmark Nigeria Ukraine
District of Columbia Norway United Kingdom
Egypt Northern Ireland United States
Georgia Republic Pakistan Virgin Islands
2010 “Starter Kit” Grant Program
(Fully funded by a donation from Battelle)
Grants of up to $3,300 are available to Ohio teachers
who attended a Materials Camp and plan to
implement a Materials Science class in their schools.
ACTION IN EDUCATION COMMITTEE
Dr. Carl J. Czajkowski Dr. Padma Kodali
Chair and Board Liaison Caterpillar Incorporated
Division Head Detector Development Dr. Sarah L. Lewis
Brookhaven National Laboratory Advanced Materials Engineer
Nonproliferation and Natl Security Dept Starfire Systems
Mr. Kevin J. Bockenstedt
Vice Chair Dr. Daniel J. Lewis
Quality Manager - Richburg Assistant Professor
ATI-Allvac Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Dr. Pranesh Aswath Dr. Xiaodong Liu
Professor, University of Texas Arlington Caterpillar Incorporated
Dr. Christopher C. Berndt, FASM Dr. Julio G. Maldonado
IRIS Faculty of Engineering and Industrial Sciences Senior Materials Engineer
Swinburne University of Technology, AUSTRALIA Chevron Energy Technology Company
Dr. Srikanth Bontha Ms. Carolyn L. Merritt
Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering Department Consultant
Temple University Prof. Gregory B. Olson, FASM
Dr. Dianne Chong, FASM Northwestern University
Director - Materials & Process Technology Mr. Ronald J. Parrington
The Boeing Company - Commercial Airplanes Member and Board Liaison
Dr. James Dean Cotton, FASM President, IMR Test Labs Incorporated
Technical Fellow, The Boeing Company Prof. Vilupanur A. Ravi, P.E., FASM
Dr. Daniel P. Dennies, FASM Professor, Chemical and Materials Engineering
Technical Fellow, Boeing Company California State Polytechnic University
Ms. Janice L. Edwards Dr. Naresh N. Thadhani, FASM
Consultant, J.E. Consulting School of Materials Science and Engineering
Dr. Patrick D. Ferro, P.E. Georgia Institute of Technology
Assistant Professor, Gonzaga University Prof. Srinath Viswanathan, FASM
Dr. Kip O. Findley Associate and FEF Key Professor
Department of Metallurgical and Mat. Eng. Dept. of Metallurgical and Materials Eng.
Colorado School of Mines The University of Alabama
Mr. Robert L. Hanlin Dr. James W. Watson
Senior Staff Engineer (Retired) NUCOR Steel
Honeywell Mr. Theodore R. Wilken
Dr. Robin Forbes Jones Manager of Engineering Services
Director of Process Development Bodycote Materials Testing Incorporated
ATI Allvac Mrs. Pergentina L. Deatherage
Dr. Marian S. Kennedy Staff Liaison
Assistant Professor Administrator, Foundation Programs
Clemson University ASM Materials Education Foundation
“Living in a Material World” – K-12 Teacher Grants Program
Provides support and incentive for K-12 teachers to develop and implement science-teaching
Program started in 2001
10 grants at $500 each annually
Jewelry Making With Lost Wax Casting (Using Vacuum Casting)
Giselle McDonald, Spring Hill High School, Kansas
Eggy Breaky Cart
Darlene Pitman, Mesa View Middle School, California
Chemistry is REAL
Winnie Asher, Hartford High School, Arkansas
Linda Spring, Midvale Elementary, Ohio
Polymers in the Real World
Diana Hoehn, Dearborn Center for Math, Michigan
Rachel Badanoski, Southfield High School, Michigan
Polymers to Composites
Monica Wright, Bath Middle School, Maine
Molded Materials for a Green Energy Future: Plastics – “Blowing in the Wind”
Mary Hartman, Old Mill Middle School South, Maryland
The Wonder of Glass
Ann Nash, Manzano Day School, New Mexico
Materials in Our Lives
Sandra Eslick, Rocky Comfort School, Missouri
Air Products, Inc. Diane Goldin
Doug Allan, FASM, and the
Maryella and Bob Halverstadt
Eisenman ASM Dave Fallen Memorial
Materials Camp John and Marian Andrews William Hunt Eisenman Estate
Wendy Asphahani William P. Koster
Buehler and Employees William D. Manly
DONORS Mary Hegler Carus Mary P. Muzyka
Northwest Pennsylvania ASM
Mary and Ray Decker
Chapter and Friends
William and Mary Dyrkacz Jeanne and Richard Pitler
Elwood Group, Inc. John and Nancy Pridgeon
George A. Roberts
Engineering Systems, Inc.
and Professional Staff R. P. Simmons Family
2010 Undergraduate Scholarship Recipients
William Park Woodside Founder’s Scholarship Lucille & Charles A. Wert Scholarship
Garth Scannell Natasha Rajan
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute University of Alberta
George A. Roberts Scholarships
Eric Cole Kenneth DeVoe Michael Fank Rachel Ferebee Farrah Moldover
The Ohio State Washington State University of Rensselaer Polytechnic Drexel University
University University Wisconsin-Madison Institute
University of Connecticut Victoria Miller Teneil Ryno
University of Michigan South Dakota School of Mines and Tech.
Edward J. Dulis Scholarship John M. Haniak Scholarship
Josiah Cornett Helen Ye
University of Michigan Carnegie Mellon University
2010 Arthur E. Focke LeaderShape Award Recipients
Emily J. Kuster Michael D. Lefler Michael J. Loy
Iowa State University University of Utah Harvey Mudd College
Student Chapter Grants
Georgia Institute of Technology 2010 Undergraduate Design Competition
Iowa State University Program Winners
Lehigh University First Place: University of Alabama at Birmingham
University of Connecticut “Iron Melting Cupola Furnace & Heat Recuperating System”
University of Illinois Second Place: Northwestern University
Washington State University “FSW Aluminum Alloy”
View winning projects online at
Third Place: University of Florida
www.asmfoundation.org. “Space Race: Materials Selection for the
NASA Lunar Rover Vehicle Conical Wheel”
Read abstracts of the winning projects at www.asmfoundation.org.
2010 National Merit Scholar
“My interest in materials science and engineering began before I even knew what the field was called. I did my
first experimental materials research during the summer after kindergarten. I made bricks, molding them in
flower pots and drying them in the sun. I tried different …materials…seeing what effect each one had on the
strength of the final product…. I am excited to have the opportunity to keep following my interest at Caltech,
and I am so very grateful to the ASM Materials Education Foundation for this support.”
Masconomet Regional High School, Topsfield, MA
2010 George A. Roberts Award
Edouard Duval is a French business executive and member of the Duval family that founded the Aubert &
Duval specialty metals company in France in the early 1900’s. Mr. Duval received his Bachelor of
Economics and his MBA degrees from the Lille School of Economics in France. He currently is the
commercial leader of the company, which is an important source of vacuum melted and other specialty
alloys, and high technology forgings for jet aircraft, jet engines, large gas turbines for power generation
and other critical applications. Mr Duval has multiple business titles due to his special relationship with
Eramet which now owns Aubert & Duval. Eramet is a diversified French materials company with major
businesses in manganese, nickel and high performance metals and components.
In 1993, Mr. Duval was awarded ASM Distinguished Life Membership: “for appreciation, support of and
dedication to the principals of research, basic knowledge and quality in achieving technical excellence in
the materials field”. Since that time Mr. Duval has made a special trip from France each year to attend the
ASM International annual events. During the past three years he has established a fund with the ASM
Foundation which will be dedicated to his father the late Jean Duval, a metallurgist and former President
of Aubert & Duval.
Because of Mr. Duval’s leadership and support, in 2009, two French “high school” students, two French
teachers and two French engineers attended the Eisenman Materials Camp at ASM Headquarters. Also,
largely due to Mr. Duval’s leadership and support, in 2010 the ASM Foundation, in conjunction with
Aubert & Duval held our first Materials Camp in Clermont Ferrand, France, which is in the vicinity of the
main specialty alloy plant of Aubert & Duval. At Mr. Duval’s request two American high school students
attended the Materials Camp in France. Mr. Duval, in addition to supporting technical education, has a
passion for continuing to improve long term French/American relations and to get young people to
experience the concept and impact of globalization.
2010 Kishor M. Kulkarni High School Teacher of the Year
“Discovering material science with Mrs. Goodwin’s help gave me a passion and a goal for my future. I will
be attending Iowa State University in the fall and majoring in material science and engineering.”
Graduate, Chillicothe High School
2010 ASM Foundation Pacesetter Award
Sandia National Laboratories, a multi-program, national security laboratory, is a
strong supporter of programs that bolster education programs in science,
technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Sandia works closely with school
districts throughout the Albuquerque and Livermore areas, sponsoring programs
that challenge middle school and high school students to gain an interest and
appreciation of STEM subjects and, further to pursue careers in those areas.
Sandia and Lockheed Martin Corporation have been the sole and original sponsors
of the New Mexico-based, ASM Materials Camp for teachers since its inception in
2003. Sandia scientists volunteer their time during the week-long residence camp to
provide teachers with innovative, exciting, and fun methods for teaching materials
science in the classroom.
Sandia’s leadership views the education of our youth
in STEM subjects as a vital component to maintaining
a strong and free nation. Sandia and Lockheed will
continue their commitment to reach out to students
and teachers in science-related disciplines that
strengthen the national laboratories and help to
maintain our national security.
Sandia National Laboratories is managed and
operated by Sandia Corporation, a wholly owned
subsidiary of Lockheed Martin Corporation, for the
U.S. Department of Energy’s National Nuclear
Security Administration. Sandia has its main facilities
in Albuquerque, NM, and Livermore, CA, and has
Dr. Alton D. Romig, Jr. accepting
major research and development responsibilities in the 2010 Pacesetter Award on
national security, energy and environmental behalf of Sandia National
technologies, and economic competitiveness. Laboratories
2010 Income & Expenses
Contributions $ 329,595 42%
Earnings $ 456,882 58% $500,000
$ 786,476 100% $329,595
Programs $ 573,575 51%
Administrative $ 372,347 33% $100,000
Recognition $ 136,997 12% $-
Contributions Investment Earnings
Governance $ 36,666 3%
$ 1,119,585 100%
Educational Administrative Fundraising & Governance
2010 Investment Committee
Dr. Alton D. Romig, Jr., FASM, Dr. Richard K. Pitler, FASM
Chair Immediate Past Chair
Sandia National Laboratories Allegheny Ludlum Corporation (Retired)
Dr. Aziz I. Asphahani, FASM Mr. Robert J. Fulton Dr. Mark Smith, FASM
Carus Chemical Company (Retired) Hoeganaes Corporation (Retired) Sandia National Laboratories
Prof. Christopher Berndt, FASM Dr. Frederick J. Lisy, FASM Mr. Stanley C. Theobald
Swinburne University of Technology Orbital Research, Incorporated ASM International
Mr. David J. Fitzgerald, FASM Dr. Donald R. Muzyka, FASM Dr. Roch J. Shipley, P.E., FASM
Precision Surfaces International Special Metals Corporation (Retired) Professional Analysis & Consulting, Inc.
Mr. Tracy Putnam
Charles R. Hayes, CFRE
Pergentina L. Deatherage
Administrator, Foundation Programs