Engineering students, faculty and staff honored at annual awards ceremony
The College of Engineering at Oregon State University honored 10 outstanding individuals at the annual awards breakfast held on Wednesday, September 18, 2013 at the Reser Stadium Club Level.
This year’s award recipients are:
Ellen Momsen, Director of the Women & Minorities in Engineering Program and Joan Stueve, the Head Advisor for the School of Nuclear Engineering & Radiation Health Physics each were awarded the Professional Faculty Award. This award recognizes outstanding performance by a faculty member whose contribution and service is not defined within the traditional categories of teaching, research, or extension.
Nancy Squires in the School of Mechanical, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering was this year’s winner of the Loyd Carter Award. This award recognizes outstanding and inspirational teaching as voted by members of the junior and senior class in the college. She was also presented with the 2013 Austin-Paul Engineering Faculty Award, which was established to recognize faculty who develop student relationships in which they lead, encourage, and stimulate students in the pursuit of creative and innovative engineering ideas.
Huaping Liu in the School of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering was awarded this year’s Research Collaboration Award for sustained, significant and meritorious achievement in collaborative research and scholarship.
Nancy Brickman in the School of Civil and Construction Engineering was recognized this year for her exceptional performance and service by being awarded the Classified Employee Award.
Robert Schultz in the School of Civil and Construction Engineering, was recognized for his excellence in teaching and service to students by being presented this year’s Alumni Professor Award. This award is sponsored entirely through alumni contributions and carries the same level of distinction as an endowed chair.
Dan Cox in the School of Civil and Construction Engineering was honored with the Research Award for outstanding and sustained research leadership.
Janardhan Doppa in the School of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering was this year’s recipient of the Graduate Research Assistant Award in recognition of outstanding achievement as a graduate research assistant within the college.
Qi Gao in the School of Mechanical, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering was this year’s winner of the Graduate Teaching Assistant Award for outstanding contributions and innovative teaching techniques as a graduate teaching assistant within the college.
Jason Ideker in the School of Civil and Construction Engineering was honored with the Engelbrecht Young Faculty Award for exceptional scholarly teaching accomplishments and outstanding potential for achieving tenure and promotion to full professor in due time.