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STEP Award Nominations Accepted Now


Te Manufacturing Institute is now ac- cepting nominations for the second annual STEP Awards. Te STEP


(women in science,


technology, engineering and production) award initiative highlights women demonstrating excellence and leadership in all levels of manufacturing. In 2012, two AFS members were honored. Te STEP award program is part of a larger initiative


lead through a coalition of the Manufacturing Institute, the Society of Manufacturing Engineers, Deloitte, the University of Phoenix and the Precision Metalforming Association. Te program, founded in 2012, intends to acknowledge women’s role in science, technology, engi- neering and production. For more information or to nominate a peer or colleague, visit www.afsinc.org/make a link when it’s posted.


Call for Papers Issued for 118th


AFS NEWS


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Te American Foundry Society (AFS) has issued a call for papers for its 118th


Metalcasting Congress to be held


April 8-11, 2014, at the Renaissance Hotel & Convention Center, Schaumburg, Ill. AFS is seeking papers covering all issues relating to


metalcasting management and operations, including unique in-plant procedures, new technologies, equipment, products and other innovations that have contributed to enhanced metalcasting productivity and quality. For more information, contact Pam Lassila, Casting Con- gress administrative assistant, at 800/537-4237 Ext. 240.


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