The George M. Landes Prize for Technical Communication (Deadline: January 14, 2016)
Who Can Apply: To be a candidate, a student must have been enrolled as an undergraduate in the College of Engineering for at least one term between January 2015 and January 2016. Nominees should demonstrate excellence and creativity in both technical skills and presentation skills.
Submission: A single piece of technical work should be submitted. This presentation can be a technical article, a design report, a piece of technical journalism, or any presentation of technical work. Presentations may be written or may involve a combination of other communication media. Work prepared by a group project may be appropriate, but only if all the participants meet the eligibility requirements specified on the previous page. If the work is done by a group, each member must fill out a separate entry form, and all entry forms should be submitted together. The entry forms and three (3) copies of the written work should be delivered to the Technical Communication Program office, 301 Gorguze Family Laboratory (GFL), by the deadline. The written work should bear the author’s pseudonym or alias (and not the real name). If the presentation has been used for credit in a course the nomination portion of the entry form, including the instructor’s signature, must be filled in.
Deadline: January 14, 2016