Dean's Award for Outstanding Teaching by a Lecturer
The Dean's Award for Outstanding Teaching by a Lecturer was established in 2015. The award is presented each year to an individual lecturer, senior lecturer or other auxiliary faculty member who has demonstrated excellence in their teaching within the College of Engineering.
Not currently accepting nominations.
The award recognizes an individual lecturer, senior lecturer or other auxiliary faculty member who has demonstrated excellence in their teaching within the College of Engineering. All lecturers, senior lecturers and other auxiliary faculty members on all campuses who, in the past three years, have taught undergraduate and/or graduate/professional students in the College of Engineering are eligible.
Nominations should be in the form of a letter (two pages or less) submitted by the department chair of the applicant’s home department.
Reminder: The nomination letter must be two pages or less, and be on college or department letterhead. Include a proposed citation (25 words or less) at the bottom of the nomination letter. The committee may disqualify nominations that do not meet this requirement.
The College of Engineering Honors and Awards Committee will evaluate nominations and make a recommendation to the Dean of the College of Engineering, who selects the award recipient.
The application materials need to be submitted electronically and must be submitted by January 10, 2020.
Jennifer Herman, engineering education department
Benjamin Wilke, knowlton school of architecture
Satyanarayana Seetharaman, mechanical and aerospace engineering
Kadri Parris, engineering education
Chad Gibson, knowlton school of architecture
Ryan McPherson, electrical and computer engineering