The Max S. Peters Faculty Service Award is designed to recognize outstanding service by faculty in the College of Engineering and Applied Science to the profession of engineering, the college, the university, and/or the public of the state of Colorado. Instructional, research, and tenured/tenure-track faculty are eligible. The $1,500 award is named after its first recipient, Max S. Peters, former dean of the college and 1971 Distinguished Engineering Alumni Award recipient (see profile).
The service may be professional, civic, or of other character. The contribution of the nominee should emphasize the individual’s concern for the common good, the willingness to give time, the understanding shown of others and their problems, the ability to draw together varied resources and the innovative means used to solve these problems.
Nomination information is sent to each departmental office by the Dean’s Office.
Nominations and supporting documentation should be returned to the Dean’s Office by the first Friday in November.
A committee of three, appointed by the dean, will review all nominations and recommend an award recipient to the dean.
Award will be given at the college faculty and staff reception in January.
Making a Nomination
Option 1: Submit a BFA Excellence in Service nomination or the nomination materials prepared previously for a similar recognition. The previous nomination may be from the current or previous calendar year.
Option 2: Verify that the nominee’s most recent vita has been placed on the FRPA web site. Then, submit the following documents in Microsoft Word or Adobe Acrobat format:
|2013||Michael Brandemuehl||Civil, Environmental & Architectural Engineering|
|2012||JoAnn Silverstein||Civil, Environmental & Architectural Engineering|
|2011||Janet deGrazia||Chemical & Biological Engineering|
|2010||Angela Bielefeldt||Civil, Environmental & Architectural Engineering|
|2009||Penina Axelrad||Aerospace Engineering Sciences|
|2008||John Falconer||Chemical & Biological Engineering|
|2007||Alan Greenberg||Mechanical Engineering|
|2006||Brian Argrow||Aerospace Engineering Sciences|
|2005||David DiLaura||Civil, Environmental & Architectural Engineering|
|2004||Chris Bowman||Chemical & Biological Engineering|
|2003||Ted Randolph||Chemical Engineering|
|2002||Stein Sture||Civil, Environmental & Architectural Engineering|
|2001||Jana Milford||Mechanical/Environmental Engineering|
|2000||Mark Balas||Aerospace Engineering Sciences|
|1999||Robert H. Davis||Chemical Engineering|
|1998||Richard D. Noble||Chemical Engineering|
|1997||Michael R. Lightner||Electrical & Computer Engineering|
|1996||John W. Daily||Mechanical Engineering|
|1995||William C. Miller||Electrical & Computer Engineering|
|1994||Thomas Geers||Mechanical Engineering|
|1993||David E. Clough||Chemical Engineering|
|1992||William L. Wainwright||Mechanical Engineering|
|1991||Ronald E. West||Chemical Engineering|
|1990||Leonard C. Tulin||Civil, Environmental & Architectural Engineering|
|1989||Nguyen X. Xinh||Aerospace Engineering Sciences|
|1988||W. Fred Ramirez||Chemical Engineering|
|1987||Klaus D. Timmerhaus||Chemical Engineering|
|1986||George J. Maler||Electrical & Computer Engineering|
|1985||Frank S. Barnes||Electrical & Computer Engineering|
|1984||Jackson F. Fuller||Electrical & Computer Engineering|
|1983||William J. Hanna||Electrical & Computer Engineering|
|1982||Chuan C. Feng||Civil, Environmental & Architectural Engineering|
|1981||John C. Twombly||Electrical & Computer Engineering|
|1980||Paul E. Bartlett||Civil, Environmental & Architectural Engineering|
|1979||Paul L. Barrick||Chemical Engineering|
|1978||Max S. Peters||Chemical Engineering|