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CRSS Silver Medal Award / Médaille d’argent de la SCT

The CRSS Silver Medal Award was established in 2008 as a mid-career achievement award to recognise excellence in remote sensing in Canada. Nominations are invited for outstanding candidates from any sector (e.g. industry, government, university) who have made important and sustained contributions to remote sensing in Canada, typically for a period of more than 10 years.

Nomination Process

The candidate must be nominated in writing by two members in good standing of CRSS who have not worked for or with the nominee in a substantive manner during the previous three years. The nomination should clearly describe the candidate’s contributions to date. Additional letters of support and other supporting documentation would help to strengthen the nomination (e.g. curriculum vitae/resumé). Nominees who have received the CRSS Bronze Medal in the last 5 years are not eligible. Nominations must be received by the CRSS Vice-Chair by the due date indicated above, and should remain confidential from the nominee and others. The CRSS Executive will review the nominations that are brought forward by the Vice-Chair.

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CRSS Bronze Medal Award / Médaille de bronze de la SCT

The CRSS Bronze Medal Award was established in 2008 as an early-career achievement award to recognise emerging excellence in remote sensing in Canada. Nominations are invited for outstanding candidates from any sector (e.g. industry, government, university) who are 40 years of age or less, as of December 31 of the year of the Award.

Nomination Process

The candidate must be nominated in writing by two members in good standing of CRSS who have not worked for or with the nominee in a substantive manner during the previous three years. The nomination should clearly describe the candidate’s contributions to date, and future potential. Additional letters of support and other supporting documentation would help to strengthen the nomination (e.g. curriculum vitae/resumé). Nominations must be received by the CRSS Vice-Chair by the due date indicated above, and should remain confidential from the nominee and others. The CRSS Executive will review the nominations that are brought forward by the Vice-Chair.

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