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2017 NOGI Award Recipients

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2017 NOGI Award Recipients

The 2017 NOGI Recipients are Dr. Gerald R. Allen for Science; Chuck Davis for Arts; Jill Heinerth for Sports Education; Tom Ingram for Distinguished Service; and Dr. Enric Sala for Environment click here or the button below to read the full story.

 

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2016-17 AUAS Full-Tuition Scholarship Awarded

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2016-17 AUAS Full-Tuition Scholarship Awarded

Jamie Guined has been selected by the Academy of Underwater Arts and Sciences as the 2016-17 recipient of a full-tuition scholarship to attend the International Diving Institute’s nationally accredited, four months long, Air/Mixed Gas Surface Supplied Diving Course.

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2016-17 AUAS Full-Tuition Scholarship to IDI: Jamie Guined

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NEWEST AUAS-IDI SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT: Jamie Guined has been selected as the 2016-17 recipient of the Academy of Underwater Arts and Science’s full-tuition scholarship to attend the International Diving Institute’s nationally accredited, four months long, Air/Mixed Gas Surface Supplied Diving Course, the completion of which results in certification that is required by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) for many types of diving jobs.

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2016 AUAS NOGI Award Winners

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2016 AUAS NOGI Award Winners

The 56th annual NOGI Awards Gala, which were held in Las Vegas, November 17, 2016, honored the following diving luminaries for their exceptional contributions – in 5 categories of underwater endeavors: Stephen Frink, Arts; Mike Cochran, Science; Bob Croft, Sports & Education, Bonnie Toth, Distinguished Service and Hardy Jones, Environment.

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The Academy Awards of Diving for 2016-The NOGI

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THE NOGI AWARDS 2016

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Given out by the Academy of Underwater Arts and Sciences, the NOGI is the diving world’s oldest and most prestigious, international award. According to famed movie producer James Cameron, who was the 1999 recipient of a NOGI in the Arts category, “Being a recipient of the NOGI is the underwater equivalent of winning an Oscar ...

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