• News-MPDec2014_ASM Calgary

    NACE Foundation Inspires Teachers with Hands-On Learning Tools

    This year, the NACE Foundation celebrated its 10th summer of partnership with the ASM Materials Education Foundation’s Teacher Materials Camps, which first began in August 2004 at the camp in Houston, Texas.  The camps are week-long workshops that provide hundreds of high school science, math, and technology teachers with hands-on experiments and classroom instruction in materials […]

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  • News-MPFeb2014_Lee Magnon

    Scholarship in Memory of Long-Time Member J. Lee Magnon

    On behalf of the NACE Central Area, the NACE Foundation is pleased to announce the creation of a new scholarship commemorating long-time NACE member, Lee Magnon, who passed away unexpectedly on November 11, 2011. Jane Brown, Area Director for the NACE Central Area and Owner at Brown Corrosion Services, Inc., spearheaded this initiative and remarked […]

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  • News-MPFeb2014_Henry Jaske

    In Honor of All Veterans

    Six months. For six long months they faced off against the Russians, guns trained on each other across the demarcation line at Pilsen, Czechoslovakia as if waiting to see who would blink first. It was May 11, 1945, and not even one of the soldiers involved in this battle saga knew that this would be […]

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  • News-MPSept2013-Canada ASM (2)

    NACE Foundation of Canada Partners on Summer Materials Camps for Teachers

    Again this summer, the NACE Foundation of Canada and the ASM Materials Education Foundation, along with ASM Materials Camp Canada, collaborated in organizing 5-day camps on materials (including corrosion) in Ottawa, Ontario, and Calgary, Alberta, for teachers.  The Ottawa Camp was held on July 8 – 12, and the Calgary Camp on June 17 – […]

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  • News-2012_Anthony Bartlett 2

    Using Combat Skills to Fight Corrosion; NACE Foundation Helps Put Veterans Back to Work

    At age 24, Anthony Bartlett’s military service was nearing its end and he found himself considering his next steps. In the U.S. Army Bartlett worked in satellite communications, providing Internet and phone capability to Army users; he was a network person in a tactical setting and served in Korea, Afghanistan, and finally at Fort Lewis […]

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    Carboline and Chevron Support Veterans through NACE Foundation’s Workforce Development Program

    In June of this year, the NACE International Foundation received two sizable donations from Chevron and longtime supporter Carboline. The funds will be used to provide NACE training to returning military veterans through the NACE Foundation’s Workforce Development Program. The program is designed to provide comprehensive education in the basics of corrosion and certifications that […]

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  • News-MPAug2011_Past Presidents Scholarship

    Past Presidents Council Awards First Annual Academic Scholarship Through NACE Foundation

    In March at CORROSION 2011 in Houston, Texas, the very first Past Presidents Scholarship was awarded to Kyle Addis, a chemical engineering student at Ohio University. This scholarship was created in 2005 by the Past Presidents Council and is administered by the NACE International Foundation to provide financial assistance to students who aspire to study […]

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    Foundation Golf Tournament Renamed to Honor Founders Memory

    Next year at CORROSION 2012 in Salt Lake City, Utah, the NACE International Foundation will celebrate its 10th anniversary of the annual golf tournament.  Since 2003, the golf tournament has been a big part of the NACE annual conference, netting close to $250,000 for the Foundation over the last nine years. To commemorate this anniversary, […]

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  • Ottawa_ASM Camp_July 2011

    Third Annual ASM/NACE Teachers’ Camp at Asbury College, Ottawa

    On July 4 to 8, 2011, a group of 27 teachers from Ontario, Quebec, Alberta, and New York participated in the Third Annual ASM/NACE Residential Teachers’ Camp at Ashbury College, an independent school in Rockcliffe Park, a suburb of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. The Ashbury campusincludes classrooms, laboratories, a dining hall, and two new residences. The five-day camp consists of […]

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  • News-2010_ASM_Ottawa

    NACE Foundation of Canada Prepares for 2010 ASM Teacher Camps

    The NACE Foundation of Canada recognizes that an efficient way to encourage students to consider careers in science, engineering and technology is by engaging them through their high school science teachers. Currently the foundation is preparing for the 2010 ASM Materials Camp for Teachers, which will be held July 5 – 9, 2010 at Ashbury […]

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