The Association is asking for members to submit nominations for the following awards. Your help supports the ongoing success of the awards program, and to ensure that Manitoba's most worthy engineers and geoscientists are recognized for their contributions to our professions and society.
Submit your nominations using the online forms listed in each category below.
February 1, 2017
This award recognizes individuals or groups who demonstrate excellence in, and major contributions to, the concept, design, and implementation of an engineering or geoscience work. If a group is awarded, presentation may be made to the leading members of the group.
In addition to recognizing exceptional achievement in a trainee, this award shows the public and fellow Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba members what a professional engineer or geoscientist contributes to Canadian society.
In addition to recognizing exceptional achievement at the start of a career, this award shows the public and fellow Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba members what a professional engineer or geoscientist contributes to Canadian society.
This award recognizes outstanding service to, or performed on behalf of, Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba.
Honorary Life Membership recognizes members who served Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba or the profession meritoriously for years. They do not pay annual dues, but retain all rights and privileges conferred on a professional engineer or geoscientist by The Engineering and Geoscientific Professions Act and Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba by-laws.
This award recognizes outstanding achievement or influence towards major engineering or geoscientific works and developments undertaken for society's long-term benefit and/or quality of life. The individual is usually in an upper management, executive, or governance role.
This award recognizes outstanding achievement, including the direct advancement of the engineering or geoscience professions in Manitoba, by an individual member during his or her career.
This award is intended to recognize female engineers who through engineering and career achievements have demonstrated the qualities that enabled Judith Weiszmann to be recognized as an outstanding engineer, role model, and influencer of the profession for the advancement and support of women in engineering.
This award is intended to recognize engineering and geoscience employers that have demonstrated, in action and spirit, support for recruiting, training, retaining, fostering respect for, and/or advancement of career opportunities for people defined within the "Diverse Employee Group". In celebrating these accomplishments, the award has the intended purpose of encouraging involvement of organisations in diversity-related activities, regardless of company size.