NOMINATIONS SOUGHT FOR 2019 CARNEGIE SCIENCE AWARDS
Nominations for the 2019 Carnegie Science Awards will be accepted through Friday, Nov. 30. Since 1997, Carnegie Science Awards have brought community, academic, and business leaders together to honor and celebrate the accomplishments of almost 600 inspiring science and technology professionals and organizations whose contributions in the fields of science, technology, and education have enhanced our region's industrial, academic, and environmental vitality.
We are seeking the next class of honorees to join this prestigious group. Nominations of outstanding individuals and organizations may be made online at CarnegieScienceCenter.org/ScienceAwards and are being sought in 16 categories: • Advanced Manufacturing and Materials • Environmental • Information Technology • Innovation in Energy • Life Sciences • Corporate Innovation • Entrepreneur • Start-Up Entrepreneur • Science Communicator • Elementary Educator • Middle Level Educator • High School Educator • Postsecondary Educator • Leadership in STEM Education • Leadership in Career and Technical Education • College/University
Student Awardees will be honored at the 23rd annual Carnegie Science Awards Celebration on Friday, May 10, 2019 in PointView Hall in Carnegie Science Center’s PPG SCIENCE PAVILION™. A wide array of business, medical, academic, and community leaders attend this inspiring event. Award winners receive an engraved trophy and a professional video highlighting their accomplishments.
Eaton, a power-management company, is the presenting sponsor for the Carnegie Science Awards. Sponsors of individual awards at the 2019 ceremony will include ALCOSAN; Braskem; Duquesne Light; FedEx; Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield; Kennametal Inc.; NOVA Chemicals; Orionvega: Pittsburgh Business Times; Pittsburgh Technology Council; and WTAE, Channel 4.
Date & Time
Oct 15, 2018 through Nov 30, 2018
12:00AM - 11:55PM
Carnegie Science Center One Allegheny Ave. Pittsburgh 15212 PA US http://www.northhillsmonthly.com/businesses/pa-pittsburgh-carnegie-science-center