Awards are given to encourage study of the theory and application of a project management skill set in everyday life.
Recognizing pro bono contributions of project managers to nonprofit organizations
PMIEF Community Advancement Through Project Management Award
Deadline 20 May
The PMIEF Community Advancement Through Project Management Award emphasizes pro bono project management contributions that increase the capacities of nonprofit/nongovernmental organizations. Provide pro bono project management expertise to a nonprofit/nongovernmental agency today to apply for the award!
PMIEF James R. Snyder International Student Paper of the Year Award
Deadline 15 February
The PMIEF James R. Snyder International Student Paper of the Year Award recognizes excellence in student development of original concepts in project management. Papers are selected based upon the research and creative effort that are best directed toward advancing the concepts, tools and techniques of managing project-oriented tasks. Recipients of the award will receive a US $500.00 cash prize.
The PMIEF Donald S. Barrie Award is presented annually at the PMI® Global Conference–North America by the Project Management Institute Educational Foundation in conjunction with the former PMI Design-Procurement-Construction Specific Interest Group (DPC SIG). The selection of the recipient(s) for the award will be done by a panel of knowledgeable industrial and academic professionals recommended by the leadership of the former DPC SIG and approved by the PMI Educational Foundation. The recipient of the award will receive a cash prize of US $1,000.
Kerzner Award for Excellence in Project Management
Deadline 15 May
The PMI Educational Foundation administers the prestigious Kerzner Award. The Kerzner Award is sponsored by International Institute for Learning, Inc. (IIL) to recognize a project manager who most emulates the professional dedication and excellence of Dr. Harold Kerzner, PhD, MS, MBA.