The Canadian Institute of Marine Engineering's Medal of Excellence Award is the hallmark of achievement in the Canadian marine engineering
profession. It recognizes an individual's contribution to marine
engineering in this country, whether through innovation, service or
The inaugural presentation last year to Bud Streeter
was one of the high points of Mari-Tech 2013 in Halifax. Interviewed
afterwards, Mr. Streeter remarked that "to be recognized by one's peers
in our industry is the highest honour one can receive."
nominee does not need to be a member of CIMarE. They must, however, be a
Canadian citizen or permanent resident. Current members of the National
Council and serving Branch Executives are not eligible.
send your nominations to me by April 7, 2014. They will be kept
confidential. You can find the nomination form and further details here.
The presentation of the medal will be made in May at Mari-Tech in Niagara Falls.
Call for Nominations, Extended to April 7, 2014.
The Canadian Institute of Marine Engineering (CIMarE) was incorporated by federal charter in 1976 to advance and promote the science and practice of marine engineering, naval engineering, naval architecture, ocean engineering, marine electrics/electronics, control engineering and other associated professions. You can find out more about the CIMarE here
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