Welcome to the IEEE Student Activities Committe Awards online submission portal!
Student branches are crucial to the growth and development of IEEE student members. They create a local network of students and provide opportunities to meet and learn from fellow students, as well as faculty members and professionals in the field. Student branches offer numerous educational, technical, and professional advantages to IEEE student members through the special projects, activities, meetings, tours, and field trips. However, these activities and advantages aren't done without the effort, labor, and diligence of volunteers.
IEEE has created several Student Branch Awards to recognize and reward the efforts of these tireless individuals and teams. IEEE awards serve several purposes: The awards are 1) an expression of recognition for outstanding contributions to the art and science of electro-technology, 2) an incentive to youth to emulate excellence, 3) a personalized presentation to the public of the achievements of the profession and its members, and 4) the identification of IEEE with these achievements.Please note:The nomination deadline is 15 February 2016. This Awards portal is not automatically connected to your IEEE Account and password. You will need to create an account to submit your nomination. Please use this web site to complete a nomination for the following Student Activities Awards: IEEE Student Enterprise Award, Larry K. Wilson Regional Student Activities Award, IEEE Regional Exemplary Student Branch Award, IEEE Outstanding Branch Counselor and Advisor Award Recognition Program, The Darrel Chong Student Activity Award Please email questions or feedback to Student Services at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Important notice! The IEEE Student Enterprise Award will be not available in 2016 therefore online submissions for this award has been shut off. The MGA SAC Awards and Recognition Subcommittee is currenlty working to reintroduce this award category in 2017 in a new shape. Thank you very much for your understanding.