Are you the 2010 Engineering Student of the Year?
The Boeing Company is proud to sponsor the fifth annual Engineering Student of the Year in association with Flightglobal. This exciting award is open to engineering students around the world. The winner will be honoured this July at the Farnborough air show and have the chance to meet and network with aerospace leaders at one of the industry’s biggest international events.
The key criterion for this award is the impact, or potential for impact, of the candidate's work on current or future aeronautical or space technology. This impact might be seen in new or enhanced systems, processes or tools; new levels of performance; improved lifecycle costs; new capabilities; or other areas. The award is open to any full- or part-time engineering student in a programme leading to a recognised academic degree such as BSc, MSc, or PhD.
The 2010 entries will be judged by a distinguished panel of former and current Boeing engineering leaders. Students can enter themselves, or a professor may nominate on behalf of a student. Entries should include the nominee’s contact details, a 500-word summary and supporting material, which could include new patents or documented applications that have been adopted by industry, or published papers or research that have won recognition from academic, professional or industrial associations.
Important Announcement to All Boeing Engineering Student of the Year Award applicants:
Please send in your application with all supporting documents to Flightglobal early. Due to the increasingly high volume of applicants applying, we require up to three weeks processing time.
- Students can enter themselves, or a professor may nominate on behalf of a student
- All applications are submitted via email.
Email entries should include the following:
- Student’s full legal name as it appears on passport
- Student’s contact details: mailing address, email address and phone number
- A 500-word summary
Supporting materials, which could include:
- New patents or documented applications that have been adopted by industry
- Published papers or research that has won recognition from academic, professional or industrial associations.
- If nominated by faculty, then we also require the professor’s full name and contact details.
- Application deadline is 4 May, 2010 at 17:00 GMT.
The winner and a companion will be guests of Boeing at the Farnborough air show, which is scheduled for 19-25 July 2010. The award will be presented on 20 July as part of Flightglobal’s pre-show awards event. Boeing will arrange free air travel, hotel accommodation and air show tickets for two persons. Closing date for entries is 4 May 2010.
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About The Boeing Company
Boeing is the world’s leading aerospace company and the largest manufacturer of commercial jetliners and military aircraft combined. Additionally, Boeing designs and manufactures rotorcraft, electronic and defence systems, missiles, satellites, launch vehicles and advanced information and communication systems. As a major service provider to NASA, Boeing operates the Space Shuttle and International Space Station.
The company also provides numerous military and commercial airline support services. Boeing has customers in more than 90 countries around the world and is one of the largest US exporters in terms of sales.
Headquartered in Chicago, Boeing employs approximately 160,000 people across the USA and in 70 countries. Total company revenues for 2009 were $68.3 billion.