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IEEE Canada Student Awards

    George Armitage Outstanding Student Branch Award
    This award, supported by IEEE Canada, is given to recognize extraordinary Student Branch achievements by Student members engaged in activities conforming to IEEE objectives and purposes. These would include, for example:
  • significantly improving the vitality of the Branch with regard to activities, mem-bership, or finances;
  • effective interaction of the Branch with the local Section or Region, or IEEE technical societies, e.g., seminars, conferences, S-PACs, S-PAVes;
  • community involvement that benefits the school and/or the community, the image of the IEEE, and the image of engineering in general.
  • Nomination deadline: May 15, by branch counselor to the IEEE Canada SAC Chair - more details

    IEEE Regional Exemplary Student Branch Award
  • The purpose of this award is to encourage, through public recognition, exemplary Student Branch operation. By providing a list of documentation filed throughout the previous school year, the Student Branch demonstrates its exemplary operations. There is no limit to the number of awards given. However, the Branch must conform to IEEE Bylaws, have an active program, and show how it supports IEEE goals.
  • The Branch must be nominated by an Officer of the Branch, on the Exemplary Student Branch Award Nomination Form. In Canada, the nomination deadline is May 31, and the completed forms should be sent to the Regional SAC Chair and the RSR.
  • Nomination deadline: May 31, more details , nomination form.

    Larry K. Wilson Regional Student Activities Award
    The purpose of this award is to recognize annually, in each Region of the IEEE, the student most responsible for an extraordinary accomplishment associated with student activities.
  • The value of a pattern of dedicated, ongoing service to a Branch is certainly recognized. However, this award is designed to reward a particular event or product of IEEE activities.
  • Nomination deadline: March 15, to IEEE Canada SAC Chair - more details , nomination form

    IEEE Canada Vehicular Technologies Awards
    The purpose of these awards are to:
  • sponsor research projects related to Vehicular Technologies in an institution (University or College) based in Canada - more details
  • support IEEE student members at Canadian Universities or Colleges who wish to attend and present a paper at a Vehicular Technologies Conference or other IEEE Conference related to Vehicular Technologies
  • Application deadline: varies - more details

    IEEE Canada Student Paper Awards
    For each Council in Canada (Western, Central and Eastern), there are three awards:
  • IEEE Life Member Award
    for the best overall paper - the prize is $500 per team of students (one or more)
    when this award is granted, the two other awards are granted amongst the remaining papers
  • Hackbusch Award
    for the best paper by a team of University students (one or more) - the prize is $250 per team
  • Palin Award
    for the best paper by a team of College students (one or more) - the prize is $250 per team
  • Nomination deadline: varies - read more information about the student paper competition

    IEEE Canadian Foundation Scholarships and Awards
    This Canadian foundation supports IEEE Canada student activities with the following three programs:
  • IEEE Canadian Foundation Scholarships
    applicable at schools which have an IEEE McNaughton Learning Resource Centre.
  • IEEE McNaughton Learning Resource Centre Grants
    to create a new centre or upgrade an existing centre
  • IEEE Canadian Foundation Special Grants
    covering a wide range of other projects
  • Check the foundation web site for application deadlines, details and on-line application forms
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