2013 faculty and staff awards
At an April 30, 2013, celebration for faculty and staff in the Mechanical Engineering Building, the College of Engineering will recognize outstanding faculty and staff whose service and contributions extend from the college to the world. Each recipient of the College of Engineering annual awards receives privately funded stipends and permanent recognition on a plaque in Engineering Hall. Award recipients are chosen by peers. Faculty and staff awards are announced every year during Appreciation Day.
Sindo Kou, Byron Bird Award for Excellence in a Research Publication
for the comprehensive, authoritative book Welding Metallurgy, which contributes significantly to the science of welding and is widely used in research, industry and education.
Janet Fredrick, Bollinger Academic Staff Distinguished Achievement Award
for establishing a "one-stop shop" that enables chemical and biological systems engineering principal investigators to more efficiently prepare and submit grant proposals and manage their post-award activities.
Lori Burrow, College of Engineering Classified Staff Distinguished Achievement Award
for critical support, leadership and dedication to excellence that have enabled electrical and computer engineering faculty and staff to work and engage with key stakeholders more effectively.
Mike Morrow, Harvey Spangler Award for Technology-Enhanced Instruction
for pioneering work in blended learning and for applying technology to transform a complex entry-level electrical and computer engineering circuit analysis course into one that enhances student engagement and learning.
Regina Murphy, Harvey Spangler Award for Technology-Enhanced Instruction
for innovative use of technology in teaching and for converting the chemical and biological engineering process synthesis course into a blended course that improves student learning and problem-solving skills.
Pam Kreeger, James G. Woodburn Award for Excellence in Teaching
for excellence in communicating complex content, for ongoing teaching improvements, and for substantial innovative contributions to the biomedical engineering curriculum.
Brian Pfleger, Benjamin Smith Reynolds Award for Excellence in Teaching
for providing innovative biotechnology training to chemical and biological engineering students through hands-on coursework, research and interdisciplinary team-based experiences in synthetic biology.
Recipients by year
Recipients by award
- Benjamin Smith Reynolds
Award for Excellence
- Bollinger Academic Staff Distinguished Achievement Award
- Byron Bird Award
in a Research Publication
- College of Engineering Classified Staff Distinguished Achievement Award
- Harvey Spangler Award
for Technology-Enhanced Instruction
- James G. Woodburn Award
for Excellence in Teaching
- John and Jean Berndt Technology-enhanced
- The Ragnar E. Onstad Service to Society Award
Calls for nominations
- Benjamin Smith Reynolds
- Bollinger Academic Staff
- Byron Bird
- Classified Staff
- Harvey Spangler
- James G. Woodburn
- John and Jean Berndt
- Ragnar E. Onstad