Trophy - Professional Awards

Professional Awards

Many professional associations award trophies in recognition of outstanding work in their respective fields. Some examples of such awards include:

  • Academy Award – Awarded by the American Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for excellence in the Film Industry.
  • Collier Trophy – Awarded by the US National Aeronautics Association for outstanding work in aviation engineering.
  • Harmon Trophy – Awarded by the Clifford B. Harmon Trust for outstanding achievement in aviation or ballooning.
  • Tony Award – Awarded by the American Theatre Wing and The Broadway League for excellence in Live Theater in New York.
  • Emmy Award – Awarded by the Academy_of_Television_Arts_&_Sciences and National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for excellence in the Television industry.

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