Join us in celebrating this year’s STC Regional winners, 2016 Awardees: STC Regional TechComm Competition!
The good news…
Fourteen of our participants received Awards of Distinction or Excellence and are eligible to compete at the International level of the STC Competition which culminates in the Awards ceremony on May 9 at the STC International Summit in Washington, DC.
The Best of Show Award and Award of Distinction was garnered by IEEE Pulse, a periodical published by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). It covers state-of- the-art advances in the application of engineering sciences, technology to medicine and biology and aims to provide readable, informative articles to keep professionals up-to-date in fields including health care, bio-engineering, computer applications and entrepreneurship in business and academia.
Four other entries or 11% received an Award of Distinction. They were:
- Welch Allyn for RetinaVue 100 Imager Startup Guide
- From HP, two entries: HP Elite x3 Quick Start Poster and Quick Setup – OMEN by HP 32 32-inch Display
- SMPTE Motion Imaging Journal, published by Society of Motion Picture & Television Engineers
- Nine entries or 25% received an Award of Excellence.The entries came from
- CA Technologies
- HP, Inc.
- Information Builders
- Two from KVH Industries
- Medidata Solutions, Inc.
- Welch Allyn
- Eleven entries or 31% were given an Award of Merit including: BCC Software, BICSI, Information Builders, Nuix North America, Quality Vision, International, Rochester Institute of Technology, SAAB Sensis, Siemens Heathineers and Welch Allyn.
More points of interest
- Out of 36 entries, 27 or 69% received awards this year, an Awards boon for our competition and those who participated in it.
- Congratulations to all who entered the regional competition this year and we are delighted to welcome participants from all over the US, from Florida to the Czech Republic!
- This is the first year that New York and Philadelphia have collaborated with the Atlanta and Rochester chapters and we think it was a success! We look forward to more alliances across chapters.