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Nominations for 2012 New Faces of Engineering Recognition; College Edition Program Started

Nominations are now open for IEEE members under 30 to be recognized as the IEEE/IEEE-USA's 2012 "New Face of Engineering." In addition, a "College Edition" program for IEEE student members has started.

The Engineers Week (EWeek) "New Faces of Engineering" program recognizes engineers new to the profession with outstanding educational and career accomplishments. The program is open to IEEE members worldwide. IEEE nominations should be directed to Sharon Richardson at Self-nominations are not permitted. The nomination form and more information are available online. The nomination deadline is 21 October 2011.

The "New Faces of Engineering: College Edition" is for third-, fourth- and fifth-year IEEE student members enrolled in a bachelor of science engineering program at an ABET-accredited college or equivalent international institution, and have a minimum grade-point average of 3.0. The initiative is designed to recognize students whose academic success, contributions and experiences in engineering have them poised for future success. The application is available on Facebook at Winners will be featured on the page, and their hometown and college newspapers will be notified. The nomination deadline is also 21 October 2011.

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