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Recognizing Professionalism, Technical Achievement, and Literary Contributions to Public Awareness and Understanding of the Engineering Profession in the United States.
IEEE-USA has authorized the presentation of Awards and Recognition for the purpose of recognizing excellence, outstanding service and contributions in furtherance of its objectives. The awards are administered by IEEE-USA's Awards and Recognition Committee and have been approved by the IEEE Awards Board and the IEEE Board of Directors.
The deadline is September 15th.
To honor IEEE members in the United States for a lifetime of dedicated efforts and successful accomplishments in advancing the social, economic, legal and ethical aims of IEEE professional activities. Maximum of one award presented per year.
To recognize key individuals for outstanding IEEE-USA volunteer efforts and contributions. Maximum of one award presented per year.
To honor an individual not currently in the practice of engineering for contributions in furthering the professional goals of IEEE in the United States by such means as (but not limited to) influencing laws or regulations benefiting the profession, industrial environments to foster professionalism curricula, or publications designed to enhance professionalism and other similar activities.
To honor IEEE members who have made exemplary contributions toward securing recognition of professional activities in the United States
To recognize IEEE members for their contributions to Student-Professional Awareness Activities in the United States.
To recognize a key individual who has been instrumental in furthering both entrepreneurial growth and spirit in the United States.
To honor pairs of K-12 teachers and engineers that, through their joint collaboration, provide learning experiences to precollege students, support the education and curriculum requirements of their educational institution, promote and increase the math, science and engineering awareness of student participants, and/or support the educational goals of the IEEE and IEEE-USA.
To honor individuals for distinguished technical contributions in the field of electrotechnology while in U.S. Government Service.
To recognize outstanding journalistic or other efforts that contribute to the enhancement and expansion of the public understanding and the advancement of the engineering profession in the United States.