Yonghao Ni of the University of New Brunswick, Paul Stuart of École Polytechnique, and Mike Bradley, recently retired from Canfor, were named as PAPTAC fellows during the Paperweek Canada 2015 Business Awards Luncheon on Thursday February 5th.
|Daniel Archambault, Yonghao Ni, Paul Stuart, Mike Bradley and Greg Hay|
PAPTAC Launched Fellowship Program for 100th Anniversary
Purpose and Objectives
To recognize outstanding individuals who have demonstrated a long-term and significant contribution to either the Association, the pulp & paper and forest products industry or the advancement of science and technology in the industry.
Nature of Award
A certificate and a gold pin.
Open to any individual (member or non-member) who has made a special and unique contribution, or has provided valued, long-term service to the Association and/or the Canadian pulp and paper industry.
The names of candidates, along with an explanation of their contribution, may be submitted to the Executive Council at any time.
Each candidate will be judged subjectively on the basis of the impact that his/her contribution has had on the Association and/or industry, either from a single project or activity or through long-term service.
The Executive Council of PAPTAC will form the judging committee.
Presentation of this award will be made at the PAPTAC Annual Meeting.