Nominate a Candidate for the 2011 Women of Innovation Awards
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CTC Announces Seventh Annual
Women of Innovation Awards

The Women of Innovation Planning Committee of the Connecticut Technology Council is seeking nominations of women in Connecticut for recognition of their efforts in the technology, science and engineering fields for the 2011 Women of Innovation Awards Dinner. The seventh annual awards dinner will be held at the Aqua Turf in Southington on March 31, 2011.

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2010 Women of Innovation Award Winners
2010 Women of Innovation Award Winners

Honored will be women who are innovators, role models, and leaders and who are researchers, educators, managers or service providers in science, engineering and technology. Nominees can come from such fields as biotech, pharmaceuticals, telecom, software, computer hardware, electronics, alternative energy, nanotech, medical devices, IT, networks, communications and robotics.

Do you know a woman whose efforts should be acknowledged in science, engineering, technology research, or education, or is working in a company providing professional services to these communities, or is in a scientific, engineering or technology business management position? If yes, then please complete the nomination form by January 15, 2011.

Nominees are women who exhibit the extraordinary energy that powers a company or institution. They are hard working, entrepreneurial, and inspirational to others and motivated to excel. Nominating them allows us to recognize their efforts and their achievements.

Nominees may be growing or well-established in their careers. They may be shaping the future of their industry or institution, or starting a company, or serving as a role model for young women thinking about careers in science, engineering, or technology.

Nominees may also be young high school women, ages 18 or younger or college women, ages 18 to 25, who are enrolled as undergraduates or graduate students, who have excelled as young inventors, are academically proficient in a technology or science curriculum or have accomplished an extraordinary technology feat that should be recognized for its innovation and uniqueness.
If you have any further questions about the nomination process or the dinner, please send Mike Scricca an email at or 860.289.0878 x 334.

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