R1 Young Professional Award

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Submission is due no later than Wednesday, April 19, 2017 11:59 ET

IEEE Region 1 Young Professional Award

The IEEE Region 1 Young Professional Award recognizes a young professional (within 15 years from first degree). 2016 IEEE Region 1 Young Professional Award Nomination Form [docx].

  1. Purpose

This award is designed to recognize those substantive projects or achievement of a relatively short nature, but which have left an undeniable imprint on the fabric of Young Professionals operations within Region 1. The award will be based on a selection that recognizes individuals involved with Young Professionals 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. Not to exceed ONE award annually.

  1. Qualification

The individuals nominated must be Young Professionals members at the time of nomination. The award must be approved within five years of the initiation of the project or event and the Region 1 Awards and Recognition Committee shall have the prerogative of carrying forward nominations to a more suitable time frame

NOMINATION GUIDELINES AND REQUIREMENTS:

  • Only IEEE Region 1 Young Professionals (15 years from first degree) are eligible to receive a Region 1 Young Professionals Award.
  • Any IEEE Region 1 Chapter, Subsection, Section or Council may sponsor a nomination for a Region 1 Young Professionals Award.
  • The nomination form can be obtained on the Region 1 website.
  • Members of the Region 1 Awards and Recognition Committee are not eligible for the Region 1 Young Professionals Award.
  • CV’s or resumes are not required for award submittal, however, there must be sufficient documentation describing experience and qualifications to justify the nomination submittal for the particular award category.
  • Nominations must be reviewed and approved by the Section Executive Committee in executive session prior to submittal for Region 1 Awards and Nominations Committee review. Nominees shall not be informed of their nomination nor of the results of any Executive Committee deliberations.
  • There is a limit of one Region 1 Young Professionals Award given in any calendar year.

Only IEEE Region 1 Sections are eligible to receive the award.

The nomination form can be obtained on the Region 1 website.

The nomination must be reviewed and approved by the Section Executive Committee in executive session prior to submittal for Region 1 Awards and Nominations Committee review.

There is a limit of one Alex Gruenwald Region 1 PACE Award given in any calendar year.

  • Complete and signed Region 1 Young Professionals Award Nomination Form.

Notes:

  • All submissions must be made using this form. Any submissions not using the proper form or are not fully completed will not be reviewed.
  • The Section Awards Committee Chair or the Section Chair shall review and assist nominators in the preparation of award nominations.
  • Endorsed nominations by the Section Chair and Section Executive Committee will then go to the Region 1 Awards and Recognition Committee for review and possible recommendation to the Region Assembly who may or may not approve the nomination. All deliberations are held in executive session and no information or feedback is to be expected during the process.
  • If there are any questions, please contact the Chair of the Region 1 Awards and Recognition Committee.
  • The Section Chair’s signature is considered as an endorsement of the nominee from the Section. Please make sure the date of the application is entered. Email received from Section Chair will be considered as an electronic signature.

 

  • The Region 1 Awards and Recognition Committee will make a determination as to which nominee should receive the award and then will submit a formal recommendation to the Region Assembly. The Assembly will meet in executive session to review and vote to approve the Region 1 Young Professionals member who will receive the award.
  • The award recipient will be announced at the annual Region 1 Meeting, which is normally held in the summer of each year.
  • All nominations that are received within the award year and by the deadline will be reviewed by the Region 1 Awards and Recognition Committee.
  • An award plaque will be given to a Section representative for distribution at their respective annual award ceremony. The formal presentation of the award shall be made by the Region 1 Director or by his/her designee, at an appropriate time and location.

Downloadable file is located here! Awards History; xlsx 

YEARINDIVIDUALSECTIONCITATION
2016Daniel A. CeroneNorth JerseyFor outstanding contributions to the IEEE North Jersey Section‰Ûªs student activities
2009Rob ViceBostonFor outstanding leadership and substantial contributions to Boston and Region 1 GOLD Activities
2008Guruprasad MadhavanBinghamtonFor outstanding leadership and substantial contributions to Binghamton and Region 1 GOLD Activities
+ R1 Young Professional Awards

Apply for 2017 awards today!

Submission is due no later than Wednesday, April 19, 2017 11:59 ET

IEEE Region 1 Young Professional Award

The IEEE Region 1 Young Professional Award recognizes a young professional (within 15 years from first degree). 2016 IEEE Region 1 Young Professional Award Nomination Form [docx].

  1. Purpose

This award is designed to recognize those substantive projects or achievement of a relatively short nature, but which have left an undeniable imprint on the fabric of Young Professionals operations within Region 1. The award will be based on a selection that recognizes individuals involved with Young Professionals 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. Not to exceed ONE award annually.

  1. Qualification

The individuals nominated must be Young Professionals members at the time of nomination. The award must be approved within five years of the initiation of the project or event and the Region 1 Awards and Recognition Committee shall have the prerogative of carrying forward nominations to a more suitable time frame

+ Guidelines

NOMINATION GUIDELINES AND REQUIREMENTS:

  • Only IEEE Region 1 Young Professionals (15 years from first degree) are eligible to receive a Region 1 Young Professionals Award.
  • Any IEEE Region 1 Chapter, Subsection, Section or Council may sponsor a nomination for a Region 1 Young Professionals Award.
  • The nomination form can be obtained on the Region 1 website.
  • Members of the Region 1 Awards and Recognition Committee are not eligible for the Region 1 Young Professionals Award.
  • CV’s or resumes are not required for award submittal, however, there must be sufficient documentation describing experience and qualifications to justify the nomination submittal for the particular award category.
  • Nominations must be reviewed and approved by the Section Executive Committee in executive session prior to submittal for Region 1 Awards and Nominations Committee review. Nominees shall not be informed of their nomination nor of the results of any Executive Committee deliberations.
  • There is a limit of one Region 1 Young Professionals Award given in any calendar year.

Only IEEE Region 1 Sections are eligible to receive the award.

The nomination form can be obtained on the Region 1 website.

The nomination must be reviewed and approved by the Section Executive Committee in executive session prior to submittal for Region 1 Awards and Nominations Committee review.

There is a limit of one Alex Gruenwald Region 1 PACE Award given in any calendar year.

+ Requirements
  • Complete and signed Region 1 Young Professionals Award Nomination Form.

Notes:

  • All submissions must be made using this form. Any submissions not using the proper form or are not fully completed will not be reviewed.
  • The Section Awards Committee Chair or the Section Chair shall review and assist nominators in the preparation of award nominations.
  • Endorsed nominations by the Section Chair and Section Executive Committee will then go to the Region 1 Awards and Recognition Committee for review and possible recommendation to the Region Assembly who may or may not approve the nomination. All deliberations are held in executive session and no information or feedback is to be expected during the process.
  • If there are any questions, please contact the Chair of the Region 1 Awards and Recognition Committee.
  • The Section Chair’s signature is considered as an endorsement of the nominee from the Section. Please make sure the date of the application is entered. Email received from Section Chair will be considered as an electronic signature.

 

+ Administration

  • The Region 1 Awards and Recognition Committee will make a determination as to which nominee should receive the award and then will submit a formal recommendation to the Region Assembly. The Assembly will meet in executive session to review and vote to approve the Region 1 Young Professionals member who will receive the award.
  • The award recipient will be announced at the annual Region 1 Meeting, which is normally held in the summer of each year.
  • All nominations that are received within the award year and by the deadline will be reviewed by the Region 1 Awards and Recognition Committee.
  • An award plaque will be given to a Section representative for distribution at their respective annual award ceremony. The formal presentation of the award shall be made by the Region 1 Director or by his/her designee, at an appropriate time and location.
+ Past Recipients

Downloadable file is located here! Awards History; xlsx 

YEARINDIVIDUALSECTIONCITATION
2016Daniel A. CeroneNorth JerseyFor outstanding contributions to the IEEE North Jersey Section‰Ûªs student activities
2009Rob ViceBostonFor outstanding leadership and substantial contributions to Boston and Region 1 GOLD Activities
2008Guruprasad MadhavanBinghamtonFor outstanding leadership and substantial contributions to Binghamton and Region 1 GOLD Activities

IEEE Region 1 Website