ME Faculty Receive 2017-2018 CoE Awards

Jianping FuAnna StefanopoulouDavid RemyDiann BreiJohn Hoard

Left to right: Jianping Fu, Anna Stefanopoulou, David Remy, Diann Brei, John Hoard

For the 2017-2018 year, the College of Engineering has chosen five ME faculty members to honorably receive five CoE Awards.

  • Jianping Fu: George J. Huebner, Jr. Research Excellence Award
    This award recognizes demonstrated sustained excellence in research and related scholarly activities.
  • Anna Stefanopoulou: Vulcans Education Excellence Award
    This award recognizes demonstrated sustained excellence in curricular development, instruction and guidance at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. This includes demonstrated excellence in graduate student supervision; the development of new courses, teaching laboratories, teaching techniques, textbooks, and software; bringing research into the classroom (leading to skills required for graduate study and research careers); and emphasizing contextual learning (the broader public impact or interdisciplinary implications).
  • David Remy: Jon R. and Beverly S. Holt for Excellence in Teaching Award
    This award recognizes demonstrated sustained excellence in curricular development, instruction, and guidance at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. This includes demonstrated excellence in graduate student supervision; the development of new courses, teaching laboratories, teaching techniques, textbooks, and software; enhancement of technical communication skills among the faculty and students; bringing research into the classroom (leading to skills required for graduate study and research careers); contextual learning (the broader public impact or interdisciplinary implications); and dedication to students, particularly in one-on-one pedagogy.
  • Diann Brei: Monroe-Brown Foundation Service Excellence Award
    This award recognizes demonstrated significant service contribution at the College and/or University levels, including the development of new extracurricular programs; advising student societies and student groups with major projects; program advisor; visiting high schools, junior colleges, and other groups to inform them about the College or University; contributions to the functioning of the College as exemplified by service on major committees, leadership roles, and interfacing between the College and the outside communities (city, state, nation, world).
  • John Hoard: Kenneth M. Reese Outstanding Research Scientist Award
    This award recognizes demonstrated sustained excellence in research and related scholarly activities.
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