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CMC Excellence in Engineering Education Collaboration Award

Nomination Deadline: 04/07/2022

This award program recognizes CMC member companies that demonstrate best practices in their collaborative efforts with education to enhance engineering education. Companies will be recognized for their excellence and innovation in one or both of the following:

  • collegiate level engineering and technology education
  • pre-college (k-12/k-16) programs that inspire interest in science, technology, engineering, and math.

Priority in judging will be given to programs and activities that extend beyond the general business and marketing objectives of member companies. For instance, a program involving active collaboration in educational activities involving a company and its employees with university faculty or students would be judged more favorably than a general marketing program in support of a product or service targeting universities as its market. More than one award may be given.

Winners will receive a presentation plaque for display, to be awarded at the ASEE Annual Conference on Industry Day. Winners will present their program in a poster at the ASEE Annual Conference on Industry Day.

 

Submit 2022 nominations by email with the subject line: “2022 Excellence in Engineering Education Collaboration Awards” to: Dan Sayre

 

CMC Awards Committee Chair, CMC Past Chair

Email: Dan Sayre dan@newworldassoc.com


 

Corporate Member Council

CMC Excellence in Engineering Education Collaboration Award Winners:

2017

Program: Architecture and Systems Engineering: Models and Methods to Manage Complex Systems
Presented to:

  • Boeing
  • NASA
  • MIT
  • edX

2014

 

Aerospace Partners for the Advancement of Collaborative Engineering (AerosPACE) Program
Participants include:

  • The Boeing Company
  • Brigham Young University
  • Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Purdue University
  • Embry Riddle Aeronautical University

2013

PACE Partners for the Advancement of Collaborative Engineering Education Global Collaborative Project Competition Initiative

General Motors Company

Siemens PLM Software

Autodesk

Hewlett Packard

Oracle

Driving SCIENCE Project
Participants include:

  • Dupont
  • Clemson University

2012

Cal State L.A. College of ECST Professional Practice Program

The Boeing Company

Northrop Grumman Corporation

The Aerospace Corporation

California State University-Los Angeles, College of Engineering, Computer Science & Technology

2011

GE Foundation Developing Futures™ in Education

General Electric

DaVinci Charter High School Program

Northrop Grumman and the Wiseburn School District

Partnership in Advanced Materials Education

The Boeing Company and the University of Washington

2010

Society of Women Engineers (SWE) National Collegiate Team Tech Competition

The Boeing Company

Partners for the Advancement of Collaborative Engineering Education (PACE)

Siemens, PLM Software, General Motors Company, Autodesk, and Hewlett Packard

2009

Engineering Activities for All Americans Freescale Semiconductor - Freescale University Programs

ACETS, Inc.

The EcoCAR Challenge Sponsorship

The MathWorks

National Instruments Academic Program

National Instruments

Tau Beta Pi Fellowship Program - 75 Years!

Tau Beta Pi Association

2006 

Miracle Workerz Program
DuPont

Engineering Your Tomorrow Program
DuPont

Building the Innovation Program
Rolls-Royce

 

  • Current ASEE CMC Member Companies and Organizations
  • Must attend ASEE Annual Conference on Industry Day to present poster and receive award.

Nominations* are due by April 7th, 2022, and should include:

  1. Company name, contact person, address, phone and email address.
  2. Name of the program, project or title to use on award
  3. Abstract of the program or project (limited to 600 words) that:
    • Describes the goals of the program
    • Demonstrates that the goals were reached
    • Provides an assessment of the program, reflecting program strengths and areas for improvement
    • Describes the partnerships and the roles each played
    • And addresses the sustainability of the program.

*Attachments of materials from or about the program are not required.
 

Submit 2022 nominations by email with the subject line: “2022 Excellence in Engineering Education Collaboration Awards” to: Dan Sayre

 

CMC Awards Committee Chair, CMC Past Chair

Email: Dan Sayre dan@newworldassoc.com

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CMC Excellence in Engineering Education Collaboration Award

Nomination Deadline: 04/07/2022

This award program recognizes CMC member companies that demonstrate best practices in their collaborative efforts with education to enhance engineering education. Companies will be recognized for their excellence and innovation in one or both of the following:

  • collegiate level engineering and technology education
  • pre-college (k-12/k-16) programs that inspire interest in science, technology, engineering, and math.

Priority in judging will be given to programs and activities that extend beyond the general business and marketing objectives of member companies. For instance, a program involving active collaboration in educational activities involving a company and its employees with university faculty or students would be judged more favorably than a general marketing program in support of a product or service targeting universities as its market. More than one award may be given.

Winners will receive a presentation plaque for display, to be awarded at the ASEE Annual Conference on Industry Day. Winners will present their program in a poster at the ASEE Annual Conference on Industry Day.

 

Submit 2022 nominations by email with the subject line: “2022 Excellence in Engineering Education Collaboration Awards” to: Dan Sayre

 

CMC Awards Committee Chair, CMC Past Chair

Email: Dan Sayre dan@newworldassoc.com


 

Corporate Member Council

CMC Excellence in Engineering Education Collaboration Award Winners:

2017

Program: Architecture and Systems Engineering: Models and Methods to Manage Complex Systems
Presented to:

  • Boeing
  • NASA
  • MIT
  • edX

2014

 

Aerospace Partners for the Advancement of Collaborative Engineering (AerosPACE) Program
Participants include:

  • The Boeing Company
  • Brigham Young University
  • Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Purdue University
  • Embry Riddle Aeronautical University

2013

PACE Partners for the Advancement of Collaborative Engineering Education Global Collaborative Project Competition Initiative

General Motors Company

Siemens PLM Software

Autodesk

Hewlett Packard

Oracle

Driving SCIENCE Project
Participants include:

  • Dupont
  • Clemson University

2012

Cal State L.A. College of ECST Professional Practice Program

The Boeing Company

Northrop Grumman Corporation

The Aerospace Corporation

California State University-Los Angeles, College of Engineering, Computer Science & Technology

2011

GE Foundation Developing Futures™ in Education

General Electric

DaVinci Charter High School Program

Northrop Grumman and the Wiseburn School District

Partnership in Advanced Materials Education

The Boeing Company and the University of Washington

2010

Society of Women Engineers (SWE) National Collegiate Team Tech Competition

The Boeing Company

Partners for the Advancement of Collaborative Engineering Education (PACE)

Siemens, PLM Software, General Motors Company, Autodesk, and Hewlett Packard

2009

Engineering Activities for All Americans Freescale Semiconductor - Freescale University Programs

ACETS, Inc.

The EcoCAR Challenge Sponsorship

The MathWorks

National Instruments Academic Program

National Instruments

Tau Beta Pi Fellowship Program - 75 Years!

Tau Beta Pi Association

2006 

Miracle Workerz Program
DuPont

Engineering Your Tomorrow Program
DuPont

Building the Innovation Program
Rolls-Royce

 

  • Current ASEE CMC Member Companies and Organizations
  • Must attend ASEE Annual Conference on Industry Day to present poster and receive award.

Nominations* are due by April 7th, 2022, and should include:

  1. Company name, contact person, address, phone and email address.
  2. Name of the program, project or title to use on award
  3. Abstract of the program or project (limited to 600 words) that:
    • Describes the goals of the program
    • Demonstrates that the goals were reached
    • Provides an assessment of the program, reflecting program strengths and areas for improvement
    • Describes the partnerships and the roles each played
    • And addresses the sustainability of the program.

*Attachments of materials from or about the program are not required.
 

Submit 2022 nominations by email with the subject line: “2022 Excellence in Engineering Education Collaboration Awards” to: Dan Sayre

 

CMC Awards Committee Chair, CMC Past Chair

Email: Dan Sayre dan@newworldassoc.com