IEEE Region 6 gives a total of 6 Awards per year recognizing the outstanding contributions and accomplishments of IEEE members, Sections, Student Branches, and Corporations within each Area and also the Region 6 as a whole. This package provides an overview of these 6 annual awards, along with nomination form to cover all categories of these awards.
The six annual awards of Region 6 are as follows:
Region 6 Awards:
1. Region 6 Outstanding Engineer Award
2. Region 6 Outstanding Leadership and Professional Service Award
3. Region 6 Outstanding Section Award
4. Region 6 Outstanding Corporate Service to Engineering Community Award
5. Region 6 Outstanding Student Branch Award
6. Region 6 Director’s Special Award (Maximum of 4 Awards per year)
The same categories of 6 Awards are given to each of the 5 Areas of Region 6.
The 5 Areas are the (1) Central Area, (2) NE Area, (3) NW Area, (4) Southern Area, and (5) SW Area.
The 6 Award Categories for each of the 5 Areas are as follows:
1. Area of Region 6 Outstanding Engineer Award
2. Area of Region 6 Outstanding Leadership and Professional Service Award
3. Area of Region 6 Outstanding Section Award
4. Area of Region 6 Outstanding Corporate Service to Engineering Community Award
5. Area of Region 6 Outstanding Student Branch Award
6. Area Chair’s Special Award in Region 6
The Nomination Form, along with the details of the Nomination process are described in the attached file.
The nomination deadlines, and the Awards schedules for the 2012 IEEE Region 6 Awards, are as follows:
|Area Call for Nominations||March 16|
|Area Nomination Submittal Deadline||April 30|
|Area Recipients Selected||May 30|
|Area Recipients Notified||June 15|
|Area Winners Submitted to Region||June 30|
|Region Winners Selected||July 15|
|Region Winners Notified||July 30|
|Region Annual Awards Presentation, Region 6 OpCom Meeting||Sept. 22|
The details of the Awards categories at the Area levels and at the Region level are given in the attached file, along with the Nomination form. The same Nomination form template can be used for all 6 different Awards categories. However, one form per nominee please.
Please nominate your qualified friends and colleagues, and also get nominated by your friends and colleagues for these IEEE Awards. Please communicate with your Section Chairs and the Section Awards Chairs to submit the Awards nominations by the deadline. The Area Awards winners will then need to be forwarded to me, so that the Area level winners can compete at the IEEE Region 6 level. The contact information of the Area Awards Chairs are given in the attached WORD file, and copied below for your convenience:
|Northwest Area||Jeffrey Millerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Northeast Area||Dan Christenson||Dan.Christenson@hill.af.mil|
|Central Area||Jeffrey Pawlanemail@example.com|
|Southern Area||Doug Askegardfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Southwest Area||Mark Frankfurth||Mark_Frankfurth@Cymer.com|
The descriptions of these six Awards of Region 6 are as follows:
(The description of the Area Awards are similar to the Region 6 Awards):
1. Outstanding Engineer Award:
Award is designed to recognize IEEE members of Region 6 who through their technical abilities have made outstanding contributions to their profession. It recognizes the development of new technical concepts, significant patents, development of new devices, development of applications, new designs, significant cost reductions using known techniques, etc.
2. Outstanding Leadership and Professional Service Award:
Award is designed to recognize IEEE members of Region 6 who through their professional and technical abilities have made outstanding and noteworthy contributions to the Institute, their communities, fellow professionals and fellow man. The award is not designed to recognize a single achievement, but rather collective contributions complemented by singular works exemplifying the objectives and attributes of IEEE.
3. Outstanding Section Award:
Award is designed to recognize the outstanding IEEE Section based on its success in carrying out the objectives of IEEE through the implementation of Section programs. In this evaluation, recognition will be given to the successful maintenance of ongoing efforts designed to sustain the basic core activity of the Section and its components as well as recognizing innovative and creative efforts to develop and implement new programs or new entities such as Chapters and Subsections among others.
4. Outstanding Corporate Service to Engineering Community Award
Organizational awards are provided to those companies, or divisions of a company that encourage volunteerism through its practices. In particular, the atmosphere created by the company to facilitate the IEEE volunteer(s) to do his or her job, or supporting the volunteers by permitting free or discounted use of company resources.
5. Outstanding Student Branch Award:
Award is designed to recognize the outstanding IEEE Student Branch based on its success in carrying out the objectives of IEEE through the implementation of programs. In this evaluation, recognition will be given to the successful maintenance of ongoing efforts designed to sustain the basic core activity of the student branch and its components as well as recognizing innovative and creative efforts to develop and implement new programs.
6. Director’s Special Award:
This Award is presented to an individual or group who volunteered or served with distinction as determined by the Region 6 Director. A maximum of 4 Director’s Special Awards may be awarded in a year. (These awards can be given at any time during the year. Those awards can be plaques or corporate trophy style awards. Each award may cost a maximum of $200.)
The Region 6 Awards are given to the Region level winners at an Awards ceremony during a Region 6 OpCom meeting in the Fall. These Region 6 Awards can also be given at the Area meetings or Section meetings in specific cases with special prior arrangements.
The Area level Awards are given to the winners at the Area meetings. These Area Awards can also be given at the Section meetings in specific cases with special prior arrangements.
Important Notes on Nominations
Nomination Form is to be completed by the nominator (Section Awards Chair or Section Chair) and submitted directly to the Area Awards Chairs with a copy to the Area Chairs. Additional long resume or informational document may be submitted at the discretion of the nominator. Also, prior-year submittals may be re-submitted (updated as appropriate or necessary) for current consideration.
Supporting information on the nominee is a key ingredient in a successful nomination process. While a fully completed Award nomination form is the base requirement to submit your nominee, the inclusion of summary information (along with the form) allows the section to provide greater depth and detail regarding the nature of their nominee’s achievements and contributions. In the nomination form you will find specific mention of supporting items that can be included in your nomination submittal. When there are several competing submittals from various sections, this additional detail can be the difference.
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