Nominations and Awards

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CEEA-ACEG BOARD OF DIRECTORS

CALL FOR ELECTIONS

Our call for elections take place in January with a deadline of March 1.

Nominees are required to hold a current CEEA membership. If you are interested, or want to nominate someone, please contact the nomination and awards chair directly.

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DEADLINE:
Each year on March 1st

Awards

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Fellow of CEEA-ACEG

Nomination Deadline: May 15, 2020

The designation of Fellow honours individuals who have demonstrated noteworthy service to engineering education, engineering leadership, or engineering design education through their work with CEEA-ACEG.

What is a Fellow of the Canadian Engineering Education Association – ACEG?
The designation of Fellow honours individuals who have demonstrated noteworthy service to engineering education, engineering leadership, or engineering design education through their work with CEEA-ACEG.

Why nominate someone to be a Fellow of CEEA-ACEG?
These Fellowships provide national recognition from your peers for your service and contribution to engineering education, engineering leadership, or engineering design education in Canada.

Who can be nominated to the Fellowship of CEEA-ACEG?
Individuals can be nominated based on the following criteria:

The nominee is a current CEEA-ACEG member and has been a member for a minimum of 7 years (within the past 10 years) and one or more of:
a. Served as President-Elect, President, and Past-President, and/or
b. Served as a Board member for one term (2 years), and/or
c. Served as an active SIG chair for at least 2 years, and/or
d. Participated in at least five CEEA-ACEG Conferences.

CEEA-ACEG reserves the right to cancel, withdraw or amend a fellowship.

Can I nominate myself?
No. In 2020 nominations must come from an active CEEA-ACEG member. In 2021 and beyond nominations must come from a CEEA-ACEG Fellow.
While self-nominations are not accepted, it is reasonable for the nominator to complete the nomination form in consultation with the nominee so that the requested information is correct and accurate.

When are nominations accepted?
The call for nominations for Fellow of CEEA-ACEG will be during the Awards period between January to April and awarded at the Annual CEEA-ACEG Conference Banquet.

Nominations Process
One-page nomination letter and nomination form to be submitted by the Awards deadline of May 15.

CEEA-ACEG Engineering Education Graduate Student Award

Nomination Deadline: April 15

Awarded annually to a student who contributes to the field in a way that demonstrates her/his commitment to innovation, change and improvement in engineering education, and is making significant contributions to engineering education knowledge through innovative research.

Ron Britton Engineering Education Vanguard Award

Nomination Deadline: April 15th of each year

Awarded annually to a person who, early in their career, has committed to the development of engineering education in Canada through practice and/or research. This person is contributing to the field in a way that demonstrates her/his commitment to innovation, change, and improvement in engineering education; is making significant differences in engineering education practices through innovation in the engineering classroom and/or through research; and has demonstrated support of the Canadian Engineering Education Association through membership and conference participation.

CEEA-ACEG Lifetime Service Award

Nomination Deadline: April 15

This award recognizes those individuals who have, over the span of at least 15 years, contributed significantly to the development of engineering education in Canada, and have been significantly committed to CEEA.

Past Award Winners

CEEA ACEG Engineering Education Student Award

Awarded annually to a student who contributes to the field in a way that demonstrates her/his commitment to innovation, change and improvement in engineering education, and is making significant contributions to engineering education knowledge through innovative research.  

Winners of the Engineering Education Student Award

  • 2020 Minha Ha
  • 2019 Chris Rennick
  • 2018 Jillian Seniuk-Cicek
CEEA ACEG Ron Britton Engineering Education Vanguard Award

Awarded annually to a person who, early in their career, has committed to the development of engineering education in Canada through practice and/or research.

Winners of the Ron Britton Engineering Education Vanguard Award

  • 2020 Jonathan Verrett
  • 2019 Gabriel Potvin
  • 2018 Mary Robinson
CEEA ACEG Lifetime Service Award

This award recognizes those individuals who have, over the span of at least 15 years, contributed significantly to the development of engineering education in Canada, and have been significantly committed to CEEA-ACEG. This award will only be granted when the Nominations and Awards Committee (NAC) and the CEEA-ACEG Board believe that a worthy candidate has been nominated (i.e., the award may not be granted every year).  

Winners of the Lifetime Service Award

  • 2020 Douglas Ruth
  • 2017 Ron Britton

Fellows

The designation of Fellow honours individuals who have demonstrated noteworthy service to engineering education, engineering leadership, or engineering design education through their work with CEEA-ACEG.

Robert Brennan – University of Calgary

Ron Britton – University of Manitoba

John Donald – University of Guelph

Sylvie Dore – École de technologie supérieure

Greg Evans – University of Toronto

Andrew Fisher – Memorial University

Jason Foster – University of Toronto

Brian Frank – Queen’s University

Amy Hsiao – University of Prince Edward Island

Clifton Johnston – Dalhousie University

Sean Maw – University of Saskatchewan

Susan McCahan – University of Toronto

Peter Ostafichuk – University of British Columbia

Michel Perrier- Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal

Mary Robinson – University of Waterloo

Lisa Romkey – University of Toronto

Doug Ruth – University of Manitoba

Filippo Salustri – Ryerson University

Jillian Seniuk-Cicek – University of Manitoba

David Strong – Queen’s University

Gordon Stubley – University of Waterloo