Awards/Fellows

TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER AWARD

This award recognizes outstanding achievement in technology transfer, implementation, and extension as evidenced in the recipient's career or involvement in SAF Working Group and science program activities. Technology transfer is critical to assuring that sound technical information becomes available to those concerned with the management and conservation of forest resources.

The award includes a honorarium of $1,000, a complimentary SAF convention registration and up to $500 to offset travel expenses. The award is presented during an awards ceremony at the SAF national convention.

ELIGIBILITY 

Nominees need to be active members of the Society of American Foresters. Posthumous nominations and nominations of retired individuals will not be considered. Nominees shall not have won any other SAF national science awards within five years of this nomination.

CRITERIA

Nominees must meet all of the following criteria:

Leadership

Nominees shall be acknowledged leaders who have demonstrated initiative in addressing technology transfer issues. This leadership can be demonstrated in employment or in SAF Working Group/Science Program activities.

Impact

As a direct result of their technology transfer activities, nominees shall have affected significantly the manner in which forestry and associated activities are practiced.

Innovation

Nominees shall have a history of innovative approaches to the challenge of technology transfer and shall have demonstrated the ability to use a variety of techniques to transfer information.

Quality

Nominees shall have completed work of the highest quality and demonstrated strict adherence to high professional standards.


Level of Activity

Nominees shall have a sustained record of accomplishments related to technology transfer and must be active at the time the award is given.

Scope 

Nominees shall have had a regional, national, or global impact as a result of their work. Highly specific activities that influence a limited area, while of significant value, are generally not considered adequate to meet this criterion.

Award YearRecipient
2017Dr. David J. Moorhead75808