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Hey engineering students, Boeing and Flightglobal want to recognize you!

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I know for a fact a lot of you reading this blog right now are engineering students working on really great projects, and I think you might want to read this. Boeing and Flightglobal want to make sure you're recognized for your hard work. Boeing is sponsoring the fifth annual Engineering Student of the Year in association with Flightglobal.
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.
The winner will be honored at the 2010 Farnborough air show. The deadline is Tuesday, May 4, 2010 at 17:00 GMT (1 PM ET). Make sure to check out all the details.

I'm looking forward to congratulating you in person!

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