Engineering Alumni Awards

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Recent Alumni Award

The college has created a new award to recognize alumni for early career achievements, continued involvement with the university and college, and outstanding personal qualities and development.

Congratulations to the 2014 honoree, Avery Bang (MS CivEngr ’09)! Learn more about the Recent Alumni Award, including how to nominate a winner for the next award cycle, by clicking the button.

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Distinguished Engineering Alumni Awards

The Distinguished Engineering Alumni Awards (DEAA) were established in 1966 to honor outstanding graduates and friends of the College of Engineering and Applied Science at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Each year these awards are given to individuals who have distinguished themselves through their outstanding personal qualities, knowledge and significant contributions to their fields. Awards are presented at the Engineering Awards Banquet held each spring.

Awards are made to distinguished alumni in the following categories: Education, Research and Invention, Government Service, Industry and Commerce, and Private Practice. There is also a special category for those alumni with distinguished careers outside of these categories, and for non-alumni with distinguished service to the college.

2014 DEAA Awardees

Jean Becker — Special Category
Col. David Goldstein (PhD AeroEngr ’00) — Government Service
T. Scott Martin (ChemEngr ’80) — Industry & Commerce
F. Dave Zanetell, PE (MS CivEngr’93) — Government Service
 

DEAA Selection Committee

Pam Drew, Chair (Math ’85, MS CompSci ’87, PhD ’91)
Dereje Agonafer (AeroEngr ’72)
Gary Anderson (MechEngr ’69)
Linda Capuano (ChemEngr ’76, MS Chem ’77)
Paul Hamilton (CivEngr ’75, MS ’77)
Dan Hernandez (ElCompEngr ’90)
Nan Joesten (ChemEngr ’82)
Herb Morreale (CompSci ’91)
Ashok Srivastava (ElecEngr ’91, MS ’93, PhD ’96)
Ann Scott, ex officio
CEAS Director of Marketing & Communications, ex officio

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