Harrison Faculty Award for Excellence in Engineering Education
The Harrison Faculty Award for Excellence in Engineering Education was established in 1982 by Doris A. and Stanley E. Harrison (B.S.E.E. '58). The recipient of this award will be honored at the annual College of Engineering Faculty Awards Banquet.
Not currently accepting nominations.
The award will be presented to a member of the College faculty in engineering or architecture who is in the early or mid-part of his or her career (within 15 years of receiving his/her Ph.D. or other terminal degree) and who has distinguished himself or herself through a contribution to the College of Engineering or society. Faculty members who received their Ph.D. or other terminal degree during or before 2003 are not eligible. The award will be based on excellence in teaching and the qualitative aspects of teaching; exceptional fundamental or applied research (either in scope or originality) in one or more areas of endeavor ordinarily carried out in the College of Engineering; or a single or unique contribution to engineering or architectural concepts, which is responsive to or has an impact on society as a whole. As a general rule, the award will be made to an individual (except under unique circumstances in any year that suggest a team should receive the award).
Nominations must be made by the department Chair or by his/her designee. The nomination packet consists of 1.) A letter of nomination, 2.) Pertinent supporting materials, 3.) No more than three letters of support, and 4.) The nominee’s curriculum vitae. Nomination letters should be brief and to the point, yet with sufficient information to permit a rational selection.
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 Selection Committee will consist of the College of Engineering Honors and Awards Committee, the Dean of Engineering, one or more senior representatives from the faculty of the College of Engineering, one representative from the private sector and one undergraduate member of the engineering student body.
Final decision will be made by the Dean of the College of Engineering.
The application materials need to be submitted electronically and must be submitted by January 11, 2019.
Thomas Hund, biomedical engineering
Roberto Myers, materials science and engineering
Siddharth Rajan, electrical and computer engineering
Jin Wang, electrical and computer engineering
Eylem Ekici, electrical and computer engineering
Junmin Wang, mechanical and aerospace engineering
Marcelo Dapino, mechanical and aerospace engineering
Jessica O. Winter, chemical and biomolecular engineering
Andre F. Palmer, chemical and biomolecular engineering
Fernando Teixeira, electrical and computer engineering
Yunzhi Wang, materials science and engineering
Dorota Grejner-Brzezinska, civil and environmental engineering and geodetic science
Hesham El Gamal, electrical and computer engineering
Linda Weavers, civil and environmental engineering and geodetic science
Joel Johnson, electrical and computer engineering
Gregory Washington, mechanical engineering
Rudy Buchheit, material science and engineering
Jeffrey Chalmers, chemical engineering
Ahmet Selamet, mechanical engineering
Somnath Ghosh, mechanical engineering
Gerald Frankel, material science and engineering
Steve Ringel, electrical engineering
Kevin Passino, electrical engineering
Rajiv Shivpuri, industrial, welding and systems engineering
Giorgio Rizzoni, mechanical engineering
Vish Subramaniam, mechanical engineering
Kosuke “Kos” Ishii, mechanical engineering
Umit S. Ozkan, chemical engineering
Randolph L. Moses, electrical engineering
James F. Davis, chemical engineering
Rajendra Singh, mechanical engineering
L. James Lee, chemical engineering
Robert H. Wagoner, material science and engineering
Liang-Shih Fan, chemical engineering
Gary L. Kinzel, mechanical engineering
Gary P. Maul, industrial, welding and systems engineering
Harry C. Hershey, chemical engineering
Walter D. Burnside, electrical engineering