purpose of the QCESC awards is to pay tribute and recognize Engineering and
Science Professionals whose exceptional achievements and outstanding
contributions have made a lasting impact on technology, society, and their
profession. This includes helping to promote and raise the awareness of
STEM (Engineering, Science, Technology, and Mathematics) education and
careers in our local communities including in our schools.
At its 52nd Annual National Engineers Week Banquet, the Quad City Engineering
and Science Council recognized (l to r): Kimberly
President), David Stephan (Senior Engineer), Greg Smith (front, STEM
Teacher), Eric Reinsch (back, Junior Engineer), Lain Pacini (Junior
Scientist), Jeff Richland (STEM Volunteer), Bernie Romig (Senior Engineer),
Matt Zager (ASCE, Society of the Year) and Lyle Stephens (Lifetime
Achievement). Not present: Michael Knott (Senior Scientist).
for 2015 Awards
- Applications will be out in the Fall of
- The awards will be presented at the Annual National Engineers Week
Banquet tentatively scheduled for February 2015.
Past Award Recipients Listed by Year (1966 - 2014)
The awards were first established in 1966 initially with the Engineer of the
Year award. Since then, additional awards have been added including
- 1995 - Scientist of the Year
- 2000 - Society of the Year
- 2007 - Lifetime Achievement
- 2010 - STEM Teacher of the Year
For further information about the QCESC Awards, please
e-mail Dave Smith,
QCESC Award Chair.