Distinguished Member Award
Description: To recognize outstanding long-term service to the IEEE Education Society and significant contributions in fields of interest to the IEEE.
Prize: Plaque and Certificate; paid registration to the Frontiers in Education (FIE) Conference.
Funding: Funded by the IEEE Education Society.
Eligibility: Individuals nominated for this award must have been members of the IEEE Education Society for at least ten (10) years. Multiple awards may be given each year, if suitable candidates are nominated. Individuals nominated must be current IEEE and Education Society members.
Basis for Judging: Evidence of distinction in long-term service to the IEEE Education Society and in contributions to the fields of interest to the IEEE. Selection criteria include leadership quality, innovative and important contributions to the IEEE Education Society, service and dedication to the IEEE Education Society, and technical achievements in the fields of interest of the IEEE.
Presentation: Annually, at the Frontiers in Education Conference.
Nomination Instructions: Nominations must include a cover letter summarizing the nominee’s qualifications with respect to the selection criteria listed above, a proposed award citation of no more than 30 words, and a current biosketch or cv, which MUST contain the nominee's IEEE membership number. Supporting letters may be included, but are not required. Nominations must be submitted (preferably electronically) no later than June 15 to:
Vice President, Education Society
Chair, Awards Committee