Enterprise Awards

The Enterprise Awards were developed to acknowledge and celebrate the efforts and accomplishments of Enterprise students, faculty, staff, and sponsors in the following categories:

Student Awards- $100 each
Outstanding Leadership
Rookie Award
Innovative Solutions Award
Industry/Sponsor Relations

Faculty/Staff/Sponsor Awards
Outstanding Enterprise Advisor
Outstanding Sponsor
Behind the Scenes
Module Master

More detailed descriptions of the awards and eligibility criteria - click here for the enterprise award nomination form.

Enterprise students, advisors, faculty and staff can nominate deserving candidates by submitting a nomination form and letter during the Spring semester. The nomination letter should be no longer than two pages single-spaced. Nominators may collect up to three additional letters of support from others to strengthen their nomination. Each support letter should be no longer than two page, single-spaced. Student nominees must be currently enrolled in the Enterprise Program in order to be considered for an award. 

An awards committee comprised of faculty and staff involved in the Enterprise Program will review nominations and select winners based on how well they support the given award criteria. Award recipients will receive a framed award certificate, lapel pin, and $100 cash prize (sponsors will receive a University memento in lieu of cash).

Congratulations to the winners of the 2022 Enterprise Awards:

Student Awards

Rookie Award—Brian Geiger, Multiplanetary Innovation Enterprise
Innovative Solutions—Pete LaMantia, IT Oxygen
Outstanding Enterprise Leadership—Brooke Bates, Consumer Product Manufacturing

Faculty/Staff/Sponsor Awards

Behind the Scenes Award—Tania Demonte Gonzalez, PhD Student Researcher, Mechanical Engineering - Engineering Mechanics.
Outstanding Enterprise Advisor--Dr. Tony Rogers, Associate Professor and Faculty Advisor, Consumer Product Manufacturing, Chemical Engineering.

If you have any questions about the awards or the nomination process, please contact Briana Tucker (722 M&M, bctucker@mtu.edu, 906-487-3565).