Penina Axelrad is a co-recipient of the ELP Excellence in Leadership Award. The Excellence in Leadership Program is a CU-system-wide effort to increase academic and administrative excellence. The award honors a program graduate who has shown exemplary leadership at the university.
Eric Frew was selected as the faculty director for CU Engineering's Autonomous Systems Interdisciplinary Research Theme, which seeks to bolster excellence in this field by capitalizing on all of the talent focused on this area across the College and providing more resources for interdepartmental research.
John Evans has been named a 2017 Clarivate Analytics Highly Cited Researcher for being among the top 1% worldwide in computer science citations in the Web of Science.
Donna Gerren has been awarded the title of Teaching Professor in the College of Engineering and Applied Science. This honor is reserved for individuals who have held the rank of senior instructor for at least three years and have a record of distinction in teaching, service and leadership.
Mahmoud Hussein received a Provost's Faculty Achievement Award for Tenured Faculty in recognition of his research on thermal conductivity and the discovery of the concept of a nanophononic metamaterial.
Delores Knipp spoke at the Department of Defense (DoD) Science, Tech, & Innovation Exchange (STIx) conference in August. The annual event showcases projects across the DoD spectrum.
A team of researchers led by Kristine Larson have been honored with a 2017 Governor's Award for High-Impact Research for a joint NOAA/CU Boulder/UCAR effort utilizing GPS reflections to study the water cycle.
Jade Morton was the keynote speaker at the International Technical Symposium on Navigation and Timing Conference, held in November in Toulouse, France.
Hanspeter Schaub has been awarded the AIAA/ASEE J. Leland Atwood Award in recognition of his “innovation, elegance, dedication, enthusiasm, and impact as an aerospace educator.”
Dan Scheeres and his former student, Zubin Olikara (AeroEngr PhD '16), earned the Space Flight Mechanics Best Paper award at the 2017 AAS/AIAA Space Flight Mechanics Meeting in San Antonio, Texas.
Sarah Melssen has been selected as winner of the Outstanding Staff Award from the College of Engineering and Applied Science. The recognition is given annually to one individual among all staff members in the college.