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Awards and Honors

 

Lee-Homewood Heritage Award

The Lee-Homewood Chiropractic Heritage Award is given to living pioneers who have made outstanding contributions to the chiropractic profession. The award includes a certificate and a Lifetime Membership to the AHC. Biographies and the nominations of the most of the recipients are found throughout the journal, Chiropractic History

 

Nominations for the 2014 Lee-Homewood Award should be sent to the Association for the History of Chiropractic at 4430 8th Street, Rock Island, IL 61201. Deadline has been extended to 1 February 2014. Nominations are not carried over into subsequent years.

 


 

President Ken Padgett, D.C. and 2013 Lee-Homewood Award winner Reed Phillips, D.C.,

 

Pioneer Award

1981 Lyndon E. Lee
1982 A. Earl Homewood

Lee-Homewood Award

1983 Joseph Janse, D.C.

1984 Clarence W. Weiant, D.C.

1985 F. Lee Lemly, D.C.

1988 Dan C. Spears, D.C.

1989 Robert C. Bowie, D.C.

1990 Leonard K. Griffin, D.C.

1991 W. Heath Quigley, D.C.

1992 Paul Smallie, D.C.

1993 Walter I. Wardwell, Ph.D.

1994 Herbert K. Lee, D.C.

1995 Walter B. Wolf, D.C.

1996 Pierre Louis Gaucher-Peslherbe, D.C.

1997 Herbert Vear, D.C.

1998 Lorraine Golden, D.C.

1998 Ted Shrader, D.C.

1999 William F. Holmberg, D.C.

2000 George McAndrews, J.D.

2001 Robert Boyd Jackson, D.C.

2002 Monte Greenawalt, D.C.

2003 Kenneth Padgett, D.C.

2004 Russell W. Gibbons, B.A., D.C.(hon.)

2005 A. Joe Willis, D.C.

2006 Orval L. Hidde, D.C., J.D., F.I.C.C

2007 Ann-Liss Taarup

2008 Joseph C. Keating, Jr., Ph.D. (posthumous)

2009 James Russell, D.C.

2010 Kerwin Winkler, D.C.

2011 Rolf Peters, D.C.

2012 Chester A. Wilk, D.C. 

2013 Reed Phillips, D.C., Ph.D.


Members Emeriti

William C. Cameron, D.C.
Fern L. Dzaman
Herbert K. Lee, D.C.
Louis Sportelli, D.C.
Sid Williams, D.C.

Glenda Wiese, Ph.D.

Alana Callender, Ed.D.

 

William S. Rehm Medal

 

Chiropractic students throughout the world are invited to enter the Rehm Medal Essay Contest. The medal honors William S. Rehm, D.C. (1920-2002), the father of the Association for the History of Chiropractic (AHC). The award is given for an outstanding unpublished essay by a single author on any topic in the history of chiropractic. The essay (maximum 10,000 words, including endnotes) must be the result of original research or show an unusual appreciation and understanding of problems in the history of chiropractic. In particular, the committee will judge essays on the quality of writing, appropriate use of sources, and ability to address themes of historical significance.

 

The winner will be invited to attend the annual meeting of the AHC during the year the medal is conferred.  Registration, airfare (as set by the board but not to exceed $500) two nights in the hotel, as well as a year of complimentary membership in the AHC will be provided for the winner. If the Rehm Medal Committee also selects an essay for honorable mention, its author will receive a year complimentary membership in the AHC.

 

Students must be enrolled in an accredited chiropractic college or university at the time of submission.

 

Submissions must be made by 15 May 2014 to ahc1895@gmail.com. Papers must be submitted in accordance with the guidelines of the journal, Chiropractic History.

 

The Medal is meant to be an annual award; however, whether it is awarded in any particular year is at the discretion of the committee.

 

Gibbons-Wardwell Medal

 

Graduate and undergraduate students, especially in the field of history, throughout the world are invited to enter the Gibbons-Wardwell medal essay contest. The medal honors Russell W. Gibbons, B.A., F.I.C.A., D.C.(hon.), Litt. D (hon.) and Walter I. Wardwell, Ph.D., two of our most prominent chiropractic observers and historians. The award is given for an outstanding unpublished essay by a single author on any topic in the history of chiropractic. The essay (maximum 10,000 words, including endnotes) must be the result of original research or show an unusual appreciation and understanding of problems in the history of chiropractic. In particular, the committee will judge essays on the quality of writing, appropriate use of sources, and ability to address themes of historical significance. 

 

The winner will be invited to attend the annual meeting of the AHC during the year the medal is conferred. Registration, airfare (as set by the board but not to exceed $500), two nights in the hotel, as well as a year of complimentary membership in the AHC will be provided for the winner.  If the Gibbons-Wardwell Medal Committee also selects an essay for honorable mention, its author will receive a year complimentary membership in the AHC.

 

Students must be enrolled in an accredited college or university at the time of submission. (Students enrolled in D.C. programs are eligible to apply only for the Rehm Award).

 

Submissions must be made by 15 May 2014.  Papers must be submitted in accordance with the guidelines of the journal, Chiropractic History, to ahc1895@gmail.com. 

The medal is meant to be an annual award; however, whether it is awarded in any particular year is at the discretion of the committee.

 
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