SoE Alumni Honours and Awards
2021 SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING HONOURS & AWARDS
NOMINATIONS ARE CLOSED. Please stay tuned for the announcement of this year's selected award honourees.
Do you know an outstanding Guelph engineering alumnus or alumna? Do they deserve recognition for their success in engineering and their dedication to the profession? Have they gone over and above to give back to their community, the School of Engineering and/or the University of Guelph?
Please consider nominating your colleague, classmate or friend for the 2021 School of Engineering Honours & Awards. Nominations are due Friday October 1, 2021.
- Young Alumnus/a of Honour: recognizes a University of Guelph Engineering graduate of the last 10 years. The award is presented to an individual who has distinguished him/herself in the profession, the community, the university and/or a related field. Nominees demonstrate significant professional and/or volunteer leadership since graduating from the university. Eligibility requirements: University of Guelph Engineering graduate of the last 10 years who has been out for at least one year (Classes of 2010-2020).
- Mid-Career Award: recognizes an alumnus/a who graduated 10 to 25 years ago from the University of Guelph’s School of Engineering. This award is presented to an individual who has earned respect within the engineering profession and in the broader community, already attained significant achievements and gives promise to future contributions. Eligibility requirements: University of Guelph Engineering alumnus/a who graduated 10-25 years ago, inclusive (Classes of 1996-2011).
- Award of Excellence: is the highest honour awarded by the School of Engineering and recognizes an individual, group or an organization (company, foundation or association) for its contributions to the community, engineering, education, business and industry so significant that they bring honour to their alma mater, fellow alumni and the University of Guelph. This award recognizes lifetime achievement or a sustained commitment to excellence. Nominees demonstrate both professional and volunteer contributions made on international, national, provincial and/or local levels, as well as demonstrated leadership in business, cultural activities and contributions to other organizations within our communities. Eligibility requirements: individual or group/organization (company, foundation or association) that has demonstrated a lifetime achievement or a sustained commitment to excellence.
More infomation regarding the in-person ceremony will be shared in the fall.
Thanks in advance for supporting this annual event.
- John Runciman
Director, School of Engineering
For more information, please contact Melissa Woo, Alumni Advancement Manager, CEPS at firstname.lastname@example.org or 226-820-3401.