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PURPOSE OF THE AWARD:
This award recognizes the recipients for "significant efforts in improving the understanding of nuclear science and technology among educators, students and the public".

AWARD DESCRIPTION:
The Education/Communication Award was established by the Canadian Nuclear Society in 1997. The award is in the form of an engraved brass plaque mounted on a wood panel.

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA:
The nominee must have made a contribution recognized either locally or nationally to Canadian society in general or to educational forums, that developed an appreciation of the benefits of nuclear technology. The nomination letter should include a description of the achievement with specific references, examples, etc. The nomination letter should be supplemented by support letters from at least two other individuals.

 

Past recipients of the Education and Communication Award: