Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) Trophy Competition

Ages:Undergraduate

Scope:National

This competition has not yet posted any deadlines.

The format of the competition, is web-based reporting, and will enhance the image of ASABE student sections and their departments by presenting a consistent, relevant data set that is available to students, faculty, the society, potential students, and the public. It will enable and encourage benchmarking between student branches.

Report on activities and events occurring during one academic year (May - May); those in which your organization participates after that date may be included in your report for the following year.

The basis for determining the placing in the AEM Trophies Competition is the report required of each student engineering or technology branch entering the competition.The format has evolved from paper, to electronic, and is now into cyberspace. The judging committee will evaluate student branch/department websites following the established criteria in the application form. In the new format, more emphasis will be placed on making information accessible, providing quality programs and services, and keeping a permanent record. There is no required website design or layout, but specific content is required to receive full points (see Site Content below). Content may be displayed in multiple formats (HTML, PDF, etc.), but must all be accessible from the branch main website and points are awarded for both content and design.
This competition has not yet listed it's awards.

Website: http://www.asabe.org/awards-landmarks/student-awards,-competitions-scholarships/aem-competition.aspx

Managing Organization: American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers

Contact:
Sara Cook
cook@asabe.org

Entry Fee: $0

This competition is open to students in Undergraduate.

This competition has not yet posted any deadlines.

Overview

The format of the competition, is web-based reporting, and will enhance the image of ASABE student sections and their departments by presenting a consistent, relevant data set that is available to students, faculty, the society, potential students, and the public. It will enable and encourage benchmarking between student branches.

Process

Report on activities and events occurring during one academic year (May - May); those in which your organization participates after that date may be included in your report for the following year.

Criteria

The basis for determining the placing in the AEM Trophies Competition is the report required of each student engineering or technology branch entering the competition.The format has evolved from paper, to electronic, and is now into cyberspace. The judging committee will evaluate student branch/department websites following the established criteria in the application form. In the new format, more emphasis will be placed on making information accessible, providing quality programs and services, and keeping a permanent record. There is no required website design or layout, but specific content is required to receive full points (see Site Content below). Content may be displayed in multiple formats (HTML, PDF, etc.), but must all be accessible from the branch main website and points are awarded for both content and design.

Awards

This competition has not yet listed it's awards.

Participate

Website: http://www.asabe.org/awards-landmarks/student-awards,-competitions-scholarships/aem-competition.aspx

Managing Organization: American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers

Contact:
Sara Cook
cook@asabe.org

Entry Fee: $0

This competition is open to students in Undergraduate.

Deadlines

This competition has not yet posted any deadlines.