FAS Board Nominations
FAS Board of Directors: Call for Nominations
FAS is soliciting nominations for candidates for the FAS Board of Directors. Nominations are for one (1) Secretary (one year term), one (1) Treasurer (one year term) and two (2) board positions (three year term) beginning 1 September 2017. Any member of FAS in good standing is encouraged to nominate themselves or another member for one of these positions.
Nomination packages are due March 1, 2017. Candidates are asked to provide a three-page nomination package to include the candidate's:
- academic/business biography
- failure analysis background
- FAS and ASM involvement
- vision for the future of FAS
- photograph and contact information
- confirmation of employers support
Nomination packages should be sent to: Sarina Pastoric. For more information or questions call 440.338.5151 ext. 5541.
Service on the FAS Board of Directors involves planning and driving the future strategy of your society. The Board of Directors meets face to face twice a year and conducts two teleconference. Board members also provide liaison support to the several FAS Committees which may involve a few additional conference calls.
Candidates are encouraged to insure that they have the support of their employer for this activity.
See complete list of the current FAS Board.
Seeking Applications for FAS Student Board Members
The ASM Failure Analysis Society (FAS) is seeking applicants for its student board member position. Students must be a registered undergraduate or graduate during the 2016-2017 academic year and must be studying or involved in research in an area closely related to failure analysis. Applications are due by April 1, 2017.
Seeking Applications for FAS Emerging Professional Board Members
The ASM Failure Analysis Society (FAS) is seeking applicants for its emerging professional board member position. Applicants must be no more than ten (10) years from graduation with an interest in the field of failure analysis. Applications are due by March 1, 2017.
Please contact Joanne Miller for specifics.