Keith Frampton Memorial Award In Honor of Outstanding Coaches Nomination DUE DECEMBER 1, 2021 Keith Frampton, former head of the Burwood Teacher’s College in Australia, began the Australia FPS program in 1988 and became the first National Director in 1989. From 1990 to 1993, he mentored the New Zealand programme until it became a new Affiliate. Upon retirement from the Burwood Teacher’s College, FPS remained his professional interest. In honor of his dedication in establishing Future Problem Solving within Australia and mentoring New Zealand, the Keith Frampton Memorial Award was created to recognize coaches that go above and beyond to provide challenging opportunities to their students. Please type information into the boxes: Nominee Name: Address: Email Affiliate: Nominated By: Nominated By Email: Please provide the following information to describe the nominee’s contributions to FPS: Years of Service: Impact on FPS: Pertinent details illustrating dedication to Future Problem Solving: Please attach a statement of achievements about the nominee, up to two (2) letters of support, and any other materials (newspaper articles, etc.) that you feel support this nomination. Total submission may not exceed six (6) pages including this cover page. Each letter of support should not exceed 500 words.