The ASID Medalist award is a distinguished honor granted by the Society that recognizes members who have demonstrated outstanding service to their chapter and/or ASID, and/or provided significant contributions to the interior design profession, and/or made significant contributions that have enriched the human experience. Medalist Awards may be granted to ASID professional, allied, or associate members who fulfill the criteria set forth by the ASID National Examiners Committee. Acceptance of a Medalist award does not preclude the recipient from a future ASID Fellowship.
The Medalist award is granted on the basis of a candidate fulfilling two of the following three criteria, each of the two criteria to count for 50% in the scoring:
1. Outstanding service to the chapter and to the profession of interior design in one or more the following:
2. Significant local, regional, or national contributions to the interior design profession in one of more the following:
3. Significant and continued contributions that have enriched the human experience in one or more of the following design-related fields:
To be considered eligible, Medalist award nominees must be current ASID professional, allied, or associate members in good standing. Current chapter presidents, fellows, or members of the current ASID National Examiners Committee are ineligible. Other notes on eligibility:
The following must be submitted for each nominee:
Each chapter is allowed one nomination annually for every 300 professional members. This translates into one nominee for the first 300 professional members; two nominees for chapter membership between 301 and 600, and so on. If a nominee has served more than one chapter, the nominating chapter must count this submission as their first permitted nominee. However, the chapter where the member previously served may still nominate a current chapter member. A nomination by a member-at-large (not by the chapter) does not override a chapter nomination or reduce the allowable number of nominations.
*Please include only the documentation listed above in electronic nomination submissions; do not include additional materials such as publication articles or photos.