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|1990||Dennis Dice||The NCC - Outstanding Engineer Award
NCSE - Session Leader
|1996||Dennis Dice||Pete Santago|
|1997||Craig Hamilton||1998||Lyle Greg Lisle||Thomas M. Roth, Jr.||Monroe J. Cowan|
|1999||William J. Chimiak||Robert J. Plemmons||Meena B. Banerjee|
|2000||James Kemerling||William Marotz||Dennis Dice|
|2002||Charles Volk||Richard L. Riddle|
|2003||Employer Professional Development Award to WFU Sch of Medicine, BME Dept Supporting Friend of IEEE, Regional Activities Award to WFU Sch of Medicine, BME Dept See Below|
|2004||David Griffith||Ed Fuller and Leon Shore|
Dear Dr. Pete Santago:
On behalf of the IEEE Regional Activities Board I am pleased to formally advise you that The Wake Forest University, School of Medicine Dept of Biomedical Engineering, has been selected recipient of the 2003 Supporting Friend of IEEE Regional Activities Award. Craig A. Hamilton, Wake Forest School of Medicine Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, placed the University's name in nomination. The nomination was approved by the IEEE Regional Activities Board during its November 2003 meeting.
The IEEE would like to recognize Wake Forest University, School of Medicine Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, for consistent support during the past years with numerous IEEE activities. The IEEE extends its gratitude to Wake Forest University, School Medicine Dept. of Biomedical Engineering for sponsoring the IEEE Computer Based Medical Systems Conference (1994) and the IEEE North Carolina Symposium and Exhibition (1995). We are grateful that the University has generously provided numerous resources such as meeting spaces and meeting equipment for IEEE events. We appreciate your efforts to promote the value of IEEE membership by providing speakers with exceptional technical presentations at our IEEE Winston Salem Section events.
The IEEE is pleased to honor Wake Forest University, School of Medicine Dept. of Biomedical Engineering for their outstanding support to the IEEE the IEEE Winston Salem Section. This award consists of a mounted certificate, which carries the following citation:
Winston Salem, North Carolina
"In recognition of many supporting contributions to the IEEE Winston Salem Section and Region 3."
The presentation of the award will be coordinated with the nominator and the appropriate IEEE Section officers.
On behalf of the entire IEEE Regional Activities Board, please convey our congratulations members of the Wake Forest University, School of Medicine Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, Winston Salem, North Carolina, for having achieved this honor.
W. Cleon Anderson
Vice President, Regional Activities