WICE Outstanding Service Award

Aim

To recognize members of IEEE ComSoc who have a distinguished record of service to the Women in Communications Engineering (WICE) community, providing exceptional leadership within WICE, and promoting the WICE activities and interests in the broader community. The WICE Outstanding Service Award will be presented in each calendar year. A maximum of one award will be given per year. If no suitable candidate is nominated in a given year, the award will not be presented for that year. Recognition for this award will be in the form of a plaque.

Nomination Procedure

Nominations will be solicited by email from the WICE members. All nominations must be sent to the WICE Chair in PDF or text format by the deadline specified in the request for nominations. The nominations should include a concise description of the candidate’s accomplishments as related to their WICE service. Any person may nominate a candidate for the award, except the members of the WICE Outstanding Service Award Selection Committee.

Eligibility Criteria

Any individual, except for members of the WICE Outstanding Service Award Selection Committee, may be nominated for the award, if the following criteria are met:

● the candidate must be an IEEE ComSoc Member and a WICE member at the time of nomination;
● the candidate must have made significant contributions in terms of his/her leadership within WICE;
● the candidate cannot be a recipient of the award in the year previous to the nomination.

Award Selection Committee

The recipient of the WICE Outstanding Service Award is decided by the WICE Outstanding Service Award Selection Committee, which is chaired by the WICE Chair. The committee also consists of the other WICE officers plus one additional WICE member nominated by the Award Selection Committee Chair.

Support for the Award

The WISE Outstanding Service Award plaque is supported by the IEEE ComSoc.
Award Presentation

The award will be presented either at the IEEE Globecom or ICC conferences or at the WICE biennial workshop.

Aim

To recognize members of IEEE ComSoc who have a distinguished record of service to the Women in Communications Engineering (WICE) community, providing exceptional leadership within WICE, and promoting the WICE activities and interests in the broader community. The WICE Outstanding Service Award will be presented in each calendar year. A maximum of one award will be given per year. If no suitable candidate is nominated in a given year, the award will not be presented for that year. Recognition for this award will be in the form of a plaque.

Nomination Procedure

Nominations will be solicited by email from the WICE members. All nominations must be sent to the WICE Chair in PDF or text format by the deadline specified in the request for nominations. The nominations should include a concise description of the candidate’s accomplishments as related to their WICE service. Any person may nominate a candidate for the award, except the members of the WICE Outstanding Service Award Selection Committee.

Eligibility Criteria

Any individual, except for members of the WICE Outstanding Service Award Selection Committee, may be nominated for the award, if the following criteria are met:

● the candidate must be an IEEE ComSoc Member and a WICE member at the time of nomination;
● the candidate must have made significant contributions in terms of his/her leadership within WICE;
● the candidate cannot be a recipient of the award in the year previous to the nomination.

Award Selection Committee

The recipient of the WICE Outstanding Service Award is decided by the WICE Outstanding Service Award Selection Committee, which is chaired by the WICE Chair. The committee also consists of the other WICE officers plus one additional WICE member nominated by the Award Selection Committee Chair.

Support for the Award

The WISE Outstanding Service Award plaque is supported by the IEEE ComSoc.
Award Presentation

The award will be presented either at the IEEE Globecom or ICC conferences or at the WICE biennial workshop.