Founders Award & AGSA Life Membership Award
The Founders Award was first presented in 1986 and is awarded for service to the Cereals Industry. The award commemorates the 36 founders who participated in the first RACI Cereal Chemistry Group conference in 1951 and resolved to form an Australian learned society for Cereal Chemistry.
The 36 founders were: Prof A E Alexander, Messrs. C Axelsen, W B S Bishop, R Bitmead, A C Blaskett and E E Bond, Dr R A Bottomley, Messrs. A J Crawford, C H Christie, I Deshurst, K T H Farrer, J R Fisher, L D Foster, W Gledhill, F W J Clendinnen, H C Gluskie, S C Graham, D W Grover, J V Harvey, L A Jones, W Lewis Jones, J G Krigsman, J W Lee, J L Marshall, S F Marshall and A J Meers, Miss A Morehouse, Dr W Muller, Dr R K Murphy, Messrs. I M Norris, E J O’Brien, K V Paul, V Rawson, Dr F H Reuter, Dr Montgomery White and Mr W H Wilson.
The Award in the form of a certificate is presented during the Australian Cereal Chemistry Conference.
Australasian Grain Science Association Life Membership Award
Recognises a significant contribution to the grains industry through research, teaching and training, technological developments, leadership and promotion and development of the grains industry through the activities of the Association and in the broader community in Australia, New Zealand and globally.
AGSA Life Membership Award applications to:
The Chair AGSA Awards Committee.
By post: Dr L O’Brien, P O Box 273, Narrabri, NSW, 2390.