Letter of Recognition
A letter of recognition, or recognition letter, can be used for many different business and personal situations. Letters of recognition are similar to, and often confused with, commendation letters. The main difference being that a commendation letter normally recommends a person to another person or organization, while a letter of recognition is normally addressed directly to the person being recognized. As such, the sample below is a typical letter of recognition.
(print Letter of Recognition on corporate letterhead stationery)
Professor Edward Milton, Ph.D.
June 14, 20xx
Department of Informatics
1500 America Bouleverd
Raleigh, NC 27601
Dear Professor Milton:
On behalf of the North American Society for Computers and Learning in Secondary Education, we would like to recognize and thank you for your valuable assistance with our recent annual conference, held in Boston, in May of this year.
We very much appreciate that you gave freely of your time to assemble and organize the panel on Demystifying the Major Search Engines. You may be interested to know that the overall conference survey results were very positive, particularly with regard to the panel discussion itself. We recognize that the contribution of that panel was a key event at the conference and will figure prominently into the summary of proceedings which we will publish next month.
For your information, I have attached a few of the comments we received about your panel from the survey of conference participants.
We trust that you enjoyed your time at the conference and we certainly look forward to your participation in next year's event.
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