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The Standards Education Award was established in 2010 by the Educational Activities Board (EAB) and the Standards Association (SA) Board of Governors to recognize significant contributions in support of the IEEE Standards Education mission of:

  • promoting the importance of standards in meeting technical, economic, environmental, and social challenges;
  • disseminating learning materials on the application of standards in the design and development aspects of educational programs;
  • actively promoting the integration of standards into academic programs and providing short courses about standards needed in the design and development phases of professional practice.

 

Award description

  • Actively promoted the integration of standards, including IEEE standards, into academic and corporate internal development programs;
  • provided support for education about standards needed in the design and development phases of professional practice (e.g., lectures, speaking engagements, tutorials, case studies, articles, etc.);
  • promoted the importance of standards in meeting technical, economic, environmental, political, and societal challenges;
  • made significant and/or regular contributions of standards education materials (e.g., tutorials, case studies, articles, etc.);
  • provided content or materials to support education about the standards setting process.

 
 

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Nomination deadline

The deadline to submit a nomination package for 2015 is 30 April 2015.

Nominations require three to five references.

** Please note: An individual may serve as a nominator or reference for only one nomination per award category. ** 

 
 

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Nominee eligibility

Candidates for the Standards Education Award may be individuals, companies, or organizations. Self-nominations are not acceptable.

 
 

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Award

The award consists of a plaque and up to US$2,000 in travel expenses to receive the award.

 
 

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