ASNE Seeks Nominations for Annual Awards

Monday, November 08, 2010

The American Society of Naval Engineers (ASNE) Annual Awards Program celebrates excellence in the profession by recognizing individuals who have demonstrated exceptional achievement in one or more facets of naval engineering. Nominations are sought for the following 2010 ASNE Awards, which will be presented in 2011:
•    The ASNE Gold Medal Award for a singular achievement in naval engineering,
•    The Solberg Award for naval engineering research,
•    The Harold E. Saunders Award for lifetime achievement
•    The Frank G. Law Award for service to ASNE,
•    The Claud A. Jones Award for Fleet engineering,
•    The Frank C. Jones Award for intermediate and depot level maintenance and modernization,
•    The Rosenblatt "Young Naval Engineer" Award, and
•    The Clifford G. Geiger Award for naval logistics.

Nominations may be submitted by individuals or by organizations.  The deadline for submitting nominations is 15 November 2010. Procedures for submitting nominations and downloadable guidelines for development of an award nomination are available in the Awards section of the ASNE website (http://www.navalengineers.org/awards/annualawards/Pages/Submit.aspx)

www.navalengineers.org/Awards

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