The Laura Joyner Award is given to recognize outstanding work, theoretical or applied, in the area of human intelligence. It will highlight an entity of the Colloquium locale area that has shown significant achievement relative to the mission of the Foundation.
Those eligible for the award include individuals, tax-exempt organizations, or state or municipal government efforts. Areas of achievement should include, but not be limited to, education, literacy, work with the gifted, or identifying threats to, or preventing loss of, intelligence.
The award is to be presented at the Colloquium each year in the event a qualified recipient can be selected by the Foundation's board. The award will consist of $500 and a suitable plaque to mark the occasion.