ENGINEERS CLUB OF DAYTON
2013 WILSON CHARBONNEAUX AWARD
The Engineers Club of Dayton has announced the 2013 call for nominations for the annual Wilson Charbonneaux Award. This award recognizes individuals or organizations in the greater Dayton area that have made a significant contribution to the public’s understanding of science and technology and its impact on society.
The award will be given to individual(s)/organization(s) for their innovative approaches to increasing the public’s understanding of science and technology. The quality of their outreach will be assessed. A demonstrated commitment to advancing and defining the role of science and technology in all aspects of society must be shown. Volunteer/not for profit activities will have preference over Government/Industry funded activities.
Past winners have included Dayton aviation writers, Howard R. DuFour, Fred Fisk and Marlin Todd, Melba Hunt and Mary Ann Johnson, a founding member of Aviation Trail, the Ralph Dull Homestead, Dr. and Mrs. James Stewart, Mr. Walter Hoy and Mr. Steven Frey. Organizations that have been honored are The Boonshoft Museum of Discovery, The Experimental Aircraft Association’s Young Eagles Program in the Dayton Area and the Affiliate Societies of Dayton for TechFest.
The nomination should include the name(s) of the individual(s) or organization, statements addressing the above criteria, and contact information. The award will be presented at the Engineers Club’s Annual Awards Dinner in September.
Nominations should be sent to the Engineers Club of Dayton, 110 E. Monument Ave., Dayton, Ohio 45402 by July 1, 2013.
For more information or to submit a nomination via e-mail, please contact Ms. Darbie Kincaid at (937) 228-2148, firstname.lastname@example.org Please include in the subject line of any e-mail “Charbonneaux Award”