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2021-2022 Professional Award Student Self-Nomination
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Select a MAXIMUM of 5 Professional Organizations for self-nomination  None prevously Selected
Reminder - this list is constantly changing - new organizations are added frequently. Also, if an excessive number of self nominations exists for one organization, that organization may be removed from the list

Number of Students self-nominating=245   Total number of self nominations=641  Number of nominations with reasons why: 402
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General Description Student IDs
 

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 AIRWAS-Air Waste Management Association  Environmental projects related to air, water, pollution, clean energy, and the environment. 1161 1203 1205 1241 1387 1732
2051
 

7

 AMS-American Meteorological Society  Creative scientific projects in the areas of atmospheric and related oceanic and hydrologic sciences 1160 1174 2000 2051 2145 2161
2188
 

14

 APA-American Psychological Association  Outstanding research in psychological science under the category of Behavioral and social sciences or any category related to psychology 1063 1072 1074 1085 1092 1094
1095 1105 1141 1195 1210 1346
2056 2147
 

38

 ASA-American Statistical Association (ASA), Michigan Chapters  Effective use of statistical methods in the science project, including data collection, graphical display, and statistical analysis. Winners are listed in magazine. Link for last year's winners: Here 1034 1056 1069 1076 1083 1104
1105 1108 1111 1125 1182 1195
1210 1229 1288 1289 1290 1314
1317 1328 1350 1428 1503 1711
1723 1732 1741 1814 1911 1912
1921 2014 2056 2116 2144 2147
2154 2157
 

12

 ASEIO-American Society of Engineers of Indian Origin  Projects that demonstrate transformational & impactful technology. The themes can be related but need not be limited to futuristic transportation (EVs, AVs, VToL, Alternative Jet Fuels, Auto Ride hailing, etc) Sustainability, Renewable Energy, and so on. Additionally Bio Medical, Lifesciences advancements are allowed too. 1058 1084 1125 1241 1289 1320
1902 1912 1918 2144 2180 2188
 

23

 ASHRAE-Amercian Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers  Projects addressing the conditioning of air for indoor environments. Projects may explore the heating, cooling, humidification, dehumidification, ventilation, or air filtration and cleaning of buildings or vehicles. They may also investigate underlying principles or related topics such as insulation, energy efficiency, sustainability, or equipment such as fans, compressors, heat exchangers and whole air-conditioning units. 1188 1199 1200 1218 1230 1252
1292 1521 1532 1811 1825 1924
1966 1986 1998 2011 2036 2055
2062 2069 2075 2143 2180
 

24

 ASM-ASM - Detroit Chapter  Projects that involve the use of materials (metals, plastics, ceramics, or composites) where the student has: (1) Designed or created a new material; (2) Built or tested an improved material; or (3) Examined/analyzed the internal structure of the material. 1034 1066 1095 1136 1148 1194
1199 1215 1218 1239 1249 1259
1262 1268 1453 1520 1545 1576
1580 1825 1986 2025 2030 2045
 

5

 ASM-IN-ASM Materials Education Foundation  Projects that involve the use of materials (metals, plastics, ceramics, or composites) where the student has: (1) Designed or created a new material; (2) Built or tested an improved material; or (3) Examined/analyzed the internal structure of the material. 1034 1066 1095 1453 2030
 

8

 AWG-Association of Women GeoScientists  Projects by female students whose projects exemplify high standards of innovativeness and scientific excellence in the geosciences 1076 1095 1141 1160 1174 1333
1921 2145
 

10

 BATTLE-James T Battle Memorial Award  This professional award is presented to a 11th or 12th grade student that has demonstrated a long term interest in the Science Fair, dedication and a quest for knowledge. The student should have participated in at least 2 previous Science Fairs and had a thoughtful project that required creativity, ingenuity, and thoroughness. Each of the previous year’s projects will also enter into the selection process. 1037 1058 1066 1074 1182 1317
1453 1716 1732 1902
 

0

 BROAD1-Broadcom Masters Competition  Top 10% of all MIDDLE School students (grades 6,7,8) - Automatic selection. - no need to self nominate - if you are in the top 10%, you will automatically be eligible.
 

10

 BROAD2-Broadcom Foundation  Any Junior division student in any STEM category who combines STEM Knowledge, Computation/Coding in the project's research, design, or development that Expresses Passion for helping or improving ones community. Award: $250 plus Raspberry Pi computer system 1102 1171 1299 1510 1520 1606
1622 1856 1911 2138
 

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 DOD-DOD-STEM award from Society for Science  Excel in STEM Knowledge; Demonstrate problem solving skills and determination to overcome challenges throughout their research project; Exemplify leadership qualities through excellent communications skills and creative thinking. $100 prize from DOD 1102 1142 1171 1186 1219 1220
1221 1224 1243 1245 1262 1263
1284 1390 1510 1526 1585 1606
1622 1624 1856 1968 2077 2094
 

18

 EMA-Environmental Management Association  Individual projects submitted by students in the senior division (grades 9-12) that focus on environmental science. 1125 1161 1169 1182 1290 1333
1334 1462 1599 1723 1732 1921
2028 2033 2051 2143 2180 2188
 

41

 EPA-Environmental Protection Agency  Projects in the area of environmental sciences and environmental engineering. 1119 1148 1160 1169 1174 1182
1186 1188 1199 1205 1216 1221
1224 1245 1264 1287 1290 1316
1329 1333 1351 1419 1420 1468
1519 1520 1521 1532 1545 1701
1715 1911 1921 1927 2000 2028
2051 2055 2075 2094 2143
 

4

 FPC-Fino Plane Co  Project that demonstrates aerodynamic principles, avionics, or components of aviation. Award consists of EAA Young Eagles orientation flight around Detroit 1300 1698 1871 2025
 

11

 GLWA-Great Lakes Water Authority  Projects that deal with Water. 1125 1161 1216 1221 1278 1290
1333 1351 1520 1944 2106
 

17

 IEEE-IEEE Southeastern Michigan Section  Projects that demonstrate electrical, electronic and computer engineering concepts 1037 1058 1108 1124 1210 1241
1289 1314 1320 1328 1503 1711
1906 1927 2028 2143 2188
 

9

 INVITR-Society for In Vitro Biology  outstanding 11th grade student (preferred) exhibiting in the areas of plant or animal in vitro biology or tissue culture 1060 1069 1195 1231 1317 1461
1540 2000 2126
 

4

 LEMEL-Lemelson Foundation  Develops an invention to solve a critical societal problem and improve the lives of others. $100 cash award 1102 1171 1510 1622
 

24

 MMCA-Mini/Micro Computer Applications  Innovative use of computers or computer technology 1002 1058 1060 1082 1104 1111
1171 1218 1219 1220 1229 1243
1289 1314 1428 1503 1622 1637
1927 2028 2056 2062 2157 2188
 

13

 MUALPH-Mu Alpha Theta  Projects that demonstrate the most challenging, original, thorough, and creative investigation of a problem involving mathematics accessible to high school students. 1108 1179 1210 1288 1289 1314
1322 1328 2030 2056 2144 2154
2157
 

15

 NASA-NASA Earth System Science  projects that best demonstrates insight into Earth's interconnected spheres (atmosphere, lithosphere, hydroshpere, cryoshere, and bioshpere. 1046 1088 1106 1149 1161 1290
1333 1361 1537 1696 1723 1732
1921 2005 2028
 

19

 NOAA-United States Department of Commerce Oceans and Atmosphere  Projects that best understand and predict changes in climate, weather, oceans, and costs, to share that information with others, and to conserve and manage coastal and marine ecosystems and resources. 1161 1174 1186 1200 1205 1215
1216 1221 1226 1252 1287 1387
1519 1520 1599 1921 1986 2145
2161
 

25

 NSBE-National Society of Black Engineers  NSBE seeks to determine the next generation of STEM leaders. We are looking for STEM projects that can clearly demonstrate how it impacts the community as well as showcase their excellence in technical research, discovery, or innovation. Each division will get the opportunity to compete for a $100 stipend, certificate and membership as a NSBE Jr. Member. 1102 1111 1142 1148 1265 1304
1322 1329 1351 1526 1532 1585
1696 1907 1918 1966 1968 1998
2011 2036 2055 2062 2069 2075
2128
 

1

 RICOH-Ricoh Corporation  Looking for outstanding projects that address issues of environmental responsibility and sustainable development. 1241
 

27

 SHPE-Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers  SHPE empower Hispanic students and professional to become the next generation STEM leaders. We are seeking students enthusiastic about STEM and solving problems in their local community. 1076 1194 1223 1243 1262 1265
1268 1284 1399 1462 1510 1526
1532 1576 1599 1907 1918 1966
1968 1998 2011 2036 2055 2062
2069 2075 2143
 

19

 SIWI-Stockholm Junior Water Prize (Stockholm)  The competition is open to any high school student who has conducted a water-related science project and reached the age of 15 by Aug. 1 of the competition year. Projects should be aimed at enhancing the quality of life through improvement of water quality, water resources management, or water and wastewater treatment. Projects can explore water issues on local, regional, national, or global issues. 1046 1106 1125 1128 1143 1149
1161 1183 1290 1462 1502 1599
1696 1723 1732 1792 1944 2005
2161
 

10

 SPACEX-SpaceX  Projects with aerospace applications 1200 1212 1217 1218 1230 1315
1346 1389 2025 2157
 

5

 TOYOTA-Toyota R&D Innovation and Mobility  Senior Division 11th and 12th grade students whose projects involve new society innovations and mobility ideas as it relates to Toyota's long term objectives of a sustainable planet and mobility for all. 1037 1084 1293 1295 2143
 

17

 UDM-University of Detroit Mercy  High school students, especially in the 10th through 11th grade projects that demonstrate challenging issues in areas of health, engineering or environment where applications of creative investigation and integration of cross STEM disciplines are used to solve the issues at hand. Applicant must have serious desire to attend Detroit Mercy. We encourage high school students to submit a Detroit Mercy admission application. 1063 1076 1105 1290 1325
1334 1346 1350 1536 2043 2123
2126 2143 2144 2155 2180
 

7

 UM-SXi-Univ of Mich Chptr of Sigma Xi  Students who live or attend school in Lenawee, Livingston, Monroe and Washtenaw counties. 1044 1102 1241 1265 1711 1924
2141
 

23

 USAF-United States Air Force  best project that is in line with the goals and objectives of the USAF 1056 1074 1212 1288 1300 1314
1390 1399 1423 1510 1517 1521
1523 1526 1528 1606 1624 1637
1723 1902 2134 2147 2157
 

17

 USAID-US Agency for International Development  Project that has the potential to make an impact on addressing international development challenges. 1056 1058 1060 1105 1111 1124
1125 1179 1503 1723 1741 1783
1918 1927 2014 2144 2147
 

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 USMA-US Metric Association Award  Best use of SI metric system in a project 1045 1066 1069 1108 1118 1148
1161 1162 1182 1224 1278 1288
1328 1333 1606 1723 1732 1911
1922 2008 2025 2076 2141 2145
2164 2192
 

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 USNAVY-United States Navy  Project best in line with the Navy's objectives. 1056 1074 1104 1212 1265 1288
1300 1387 1389 1390 1399 1423
1510 1517 1519 1523 1528 1529
1606 1637 1711 1723 1902 2030
2116 2134 2147
 

6

 WEIZ-American Committee for the Weizmann Institute of Science  12th grade student-Grand Award Winner. Winning student will receive an all expense paid trip to study with top 50 students worldwide at Weizmann Institute of science in Rehovot, Israel. 1037 1084 1179 1346 1453 1741
 

3

 YALE-Yale Science & Engineering Association, Inc.  Most outstanding 11th grade project (preferred) in the areas of Computer Science, Engineering, Physics, or Chemistry 2056 2154 2188

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