|Younger Members Conference - About our Awards and Prizes|
Are you a young Engineering or I.T. Professional who has shown excellence in the previous year in your work in industry or for the profession? If the answer is 'Yes', then you may wish to submit a nomination for the 2007 Sir Henry Royce Award!
This Award is presented annually to a Young Professional who has demonstrated outstanding achievement or innovative thinking during an Engineering or I.T. Project or an unusual commitment to their academic or professional development.
Prize: The winner receives a £250 Cash Prize and a Medal. Deadline: 31 May 2007
Written Premium Competition - Win a Trip around the World!
The winner will travel around the world, presenting their winning paper in 3 countries of their choice. The winner will also feature in Institution of Engineering and Technology publications and will, of course, get some free time at each stop to simply see the sights!
All you have to do is write a paper (2000-3000 words) on a topic appropriate to the activities of the Institution and forward it to firstname.lastname@example.org by 31 May 2007.
Prizes: 1st Prize - An Around the World Trip
2nd Prize (two) - £150 Cash
Career Achievement Award in Memory of Mike Sargeant - Win a £500 Prize!
Do you know of a Younger Member who has shown exceptional leadership in developing a project, contributed creatively when developing a new product or service, or demonstrated exceptional commitment to Engineering and/or Technology through their academic or professional development? If you, or someone you know, fits this description, you may wish to submit a nomination for this award!
Prize: The winner receives £500 Cash, a Trophy and a Certificate. Deadline: 31 May 2007
Dive Track - Product Design Competition - Win a £5000 Prize!
In 2006-7, the Institution of Engineering and Technology is supporting a one-off product design competition in memory of Penny Glover, a member who died whilst diving. DiveTrack is co-sponsored by the British Sub Aqua Club (BSAC).
The competition is to design a device which can be worn by a diver and that both responds to an acoustic signal from a standard echo sounder, and enables the diver to send a signal alerting those on the surface that a problem has occurred.
The competition offers a chance to stretch your creative, design and practical engineering skills, to make a real difference, and to win a £5000 prize! For more information, please email Odette Baker on email@example.com or visit the websites of the Institution and BSAC (www.bsac.com).
Present around the World Competition - The Institution's Technical Presentation Prize
By entering the Institution's global presentations competition for Younger Members you could win cash, kudos and international travel! Your presentation can be based on your work, your studies (or any topic that's of relevance to the Institution's diverse range of activities). Contact your local Institution network for further information.
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Posted By: Kim Letchford @ 06 November 2006 10:47 AM Awards and Prizes
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