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Honors/Awards: Mid -Atlantic Section Engineer of Year Nominations


Mid -Atlantic Section Engineer of Year Nominations 


Call for Nominations

AIAA Mid-Atlantic Section Engineer of the Year 2010


AIAA Mid-Atlantic Section Engineering

Manager of the Year 2010

The AIAA Mid-Atlantic Section Council is pleased to announce that nominations are

now being accepted for AIAA Mid-Atlantic Section Engineer of the Year 2010 and

AIAA Mid-Atlantic Section Engineering Manager of the Year 2010. The following list

outlines the general rules and the nominating process:

Nominations may be made by any member of the AIAA or related

organization, employers or any other relevant, professional organization.

Self-nominations will not be accepted.

Nominations should include: specification of which award the nomination

is for - Engineer of the Year or Engineering Manager of the Year, the

completed relevant nomination form including a summary of

accomplishments focusing on the specific activity, or activities, for the

year prior (2009) that make(s) the nominated individual a candidate for

this award and at least three letters of recommendation (maximum of five

letters of recommendation). Additional information about the candidate’s

overall career is also encouraged. The entire nomination package should

not exceed ten pages in length.

The nominated individual will be evaluated based on the contents of the

submitted nomination package.

Nominations will be carried over from year to year.

Nominations should be sent to:

Barbara Leary

Sr. Manager, Preliminary Design Group

ATK Missile Products Group

Missile Subsystems and Components

Allegany Ballistics Laboratory

210 State Route 956

Rocket Center, WV 26726-3548;

Nominations must be received by May 15, 2010. Award(s) will be announced

at the AIAA Mid-Atlantic Section Annual Awards Dinner held in May/June

2010 timeframe.


Created at 5/3/2010 2:37 PM  by Thomas Milnes 
Last modified at 5/3/2010 2:37 PM  by Thomas Milnes 
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