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IEEE Region 5 Awards recognize the achievements of members, Sections, Student Branches, and companies. Nominations are accepted for the following Region 5 Awards.

The deadline for nominations is March 1.

 

This award will be given for the most active and progressive SECTION based on: number of meetings; type of programs; strategic plan; PACE activities; interactions with Student Branches, Society Chapters, the Region, and other engineering societies; continued education for members; conference activities; and special projects. 

 

This award will be given for the most active and progressive SECTION based on: number of meetings; type of programs; strategic plan; PACE activities; interactions with Student Branches, Society Chapters, the Region, and other engineering societies; continued education for members; conference activities; and special projects.

 

This award will be given for the most active and progressive section based on: type of programs; strategic plan; PACE activities; interactions with Student Branches, Society Chapters, the Region, and other engineering societies; continued education for members; conference activities; and special projects.  

 

This award will be given to an individual MEMBER who has performed outstanding service to the Section, Region, and/or IEEE that promotes the objectives of the IEEE.

 

This award will be given to an IEEE member who has performed in an outstanding manner in the field of engineering education.

 

This award will be given for the most active and progressive student branch based on the number of meetings, type of programs such as technical, professional, SPAx conference, interaction with the local Section, other student engineering groups, and special projects that advance the objectives of the IEEE. 

 

This award will be given for the most active and progressive student branch based on the number of meetings, type of programs such as technical, professional, S-PAC conference, interaction with the local Section, other student engineering groups, and special projects that advance the objectives of the IEEE

 

This award will be presented to an undergraduate student member who has given outstanding contributions of time and effort to the Student Branch, the Section, the Region, or the national IEEE to advance the principals of IEEE.  This individual may have graduated, but must have been a student member of IEEE during the calendar year of the award consideration.

 

This award will be given to the student branch counselor that has best supported their Student Branch and promoted the objectives of the IEEE.

 

This award will be giving to a company within the Region, nominated by a Section that strongly supports IEEE members, Region 5, and the objectives of IEEE.  A Section may nominate more than one company.

 

This award will be giving to a company within the Region, nominated by a Section that strongly supports IEEE members, Region 5, and the objectives of IEEE.  A Section may nominate more than one company.

 

This award is designed to recognize long-term service and achievement in IEEE and Region 5.     

 

This award is designed to recognize those substantive projects or achievement of a relatively short nature (one to three years) but which have left an undeniable imprint on the fabric of Young Professional (formerly GOLD) operations within Region 5.  The award will be based on a selection that recognizes individuals involved with Young Professional activities who are recognized for singular achievement in the development and completion of a project(s) or activity(ies) which are directed to the fulfillment of one or more of the Region’s goals and/or objectives.  The individuals nominated must be Young Professional members at the time of nomination.

 

Awards will be given to individuals within Region 5 for an outstanding achievement during the past year.  Multiple awards may be given at the discretion of the Awards Committee.

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