Hall of Fame Awards
The Indoor Air Quality Association established a Hall of Fame in order to bring recognition to individuals who have contributed to the advancement of the science, and public recognition, of the subject of indoor air quality. Candidates for the Hall of Fame should be individuals who, in the opinion of the President and Board of Directors, have a history of significant contribution to the field of indoor air quality.
Attributes and contributions which will be evaluated during the nomination process include:
- Service to IAQA, although it is not mandatory that the individual has served in an official capacity for the IAQA,
- Writing articles for industry journals,
- Involvement in industry issues (e.g., writing standards, advancing legislation, taking a stand on important issues),
- Educating others,
- Developing industry technology,
- Being a pioneer in some fashion,
- Exhibiting ethical behavior, and
- Having an excellent reputation within the industry and among peers.
The Hall of Fame Award is awarded at IAQA’s Annual Meeting.