Thank you for taking the time to nominate a professor or instructor in the College of Engineering and Applied Science for the John and Mercedes Peebles Innovation in Education Award. This award recognizes faculty of the college who have shown a unique commitment to students demonstrated through innovations in education.
The selected faculty member will receive a $2,500 award. This award was made possible by an endowment established by John and Mercedes Peebles. John Peebles is a 1985 recipient of the Distinguished Engineering Alumni Award and former chair of the college's Engineering Development Council.
Contact Terry Mayes with any questions about the nomination process.
Click here to nominate a faculty member for the Peebles award.
(Note: Past recipients are not eligible to receive the award again.)
|2013||Derek Reamon||Mechanical Engineering|
|2012||Matthew Hallowell||Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering|
|2011||Daria Kotys-Schwartz||Mechanical Engineering|
|2010||Roseanna Neupauer||Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering|
|2009||Donna Gerren||Aerospace Engineering Sciences|
|2008||Regan Zane||Electrical & Computer Engineering|
|2007||J. Adam Norris||Applied Mathematics|
|2006||Mary Nelson||Applied Mathematics|
|2005||Robert G. Davis||Civil, Environmental & Architectural Eng|
|2004||Larry Carlson||Mechanical Engineering|
|2003||Daniel Connors||Electrical & Computer Engineering|
|2002||Christopher Bowman||Chemical & Biological Engineering|
|2001||Harvey Gates||Interdisciplinary Telecommunications|
|2000||Melinda Piket-May||Electrical & Computer Engineering|
|1999||Elizabeth Bradley||Computer Science|
|1998||Kristi Anseth||Chemical & Biological Engineering|
|1997||David DiLaura||Civil, Environmental & Architectural Eng|
|1996||Michael Lightner||Electrical & Computer Engineering|
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