Awards

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Winning Section of the Year:

ENGR 100.750

Engineering for Social Impact

ENGR 100 Section of the Year

The ENGR 100 Section of the Year recognizes teaching teams doing an exceptional job of providing a taste of what it is to be a practicing engineer by simulating a real-world engineering environment where teamwork, communication, professional values, and creativity are keys to success. ENGR 100 teaching teams are nominated by current first-year students enrolled in ENGR 100. Nomination calls go out twice a year, at the end of the fall and winter terms.

Nominations for ENGR 100 Section of the Year are entirely initiated by ENGR 100 students

2023 Winner:  ENGR 100.750

 Engineering for Social Impact: Making a Better World

Instructor helping two students with computer program

“Professor Austin Breneman really emphasized the students as being the products in the class. This made me focus on what I am learning and really put emphasis on growing as an engineer. He did a great job of helping us reach the goal of becoming a “better product” through the curriculum.

Faculty:

Jesse Austin-Breneman (Assistant Professor, ME),

Philip Derbesy (Lecturer III, TechComm)

Graduate Student Instructor (GSI):

Shannon Clancy

2022 Winner
ENGR 100.700: Introduction to Aerospace Engineering
Faculty:
Pete Washabaugh,
Christian Casper
GSIs:
Yousif Taher,
Christopher Clyne

 

 

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Other Awards

 

The ADUE Teaching Awards recognize undergraduate teaching efforts in ADUE courses that have significantly advanced one or more of the four goal areas of the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education (ADUE) office: preeminent engineering education, experiential learning, academic innovation, and academic opportunities for all.

College of Engineering students, faculty, and staff may submit nominations for individual and/or team awards. Self-nominations are allowed.

Eligibility: Limited to any instructor or team from the current academic year teaching an ENGR, Technical Communication (TCHNCLCM), or ArtsEngine (UARTS) course (e.g., ENGR 1XX), or anyone employed by ADUE, the Program in Technical Communication, or UARTS teaching a course in the College of Engineering.

2023 Individual Winner

Melissa Wrobel - Lecturer IV, BME

ENGR 100.500: Biomedical Engineering and Human Values

ENGR 100.510: Design in Reverse: Dissecting Modern Medical Devices

Kevin Pipe presenting "Teaching Award" to Melissa Wrobel

2023 Team Winner

Laura Hirshfield - Lecturer IV, ChE & Lisa Grimble - Lecturer III, Tech Comm

ENGR 100.300: Food Science and Engineering

Kevin Pipe presenting "Teaching Award" to Lisa Grimble next to a headshot of Laura Hirshfield

Past Winners

Headshot of Ken Alfano
2022 Individual Winner

Ken Alfano

Teaching Professor, TechComm and ADUE

ENGR 100.200: Design in the Real World

 

 

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ADUE Staff Award

The ADUE Staff Award recognizes staff who have significantly advanced one or more of the four ADUE goal areas  (preeminent engineering education, experiential learning, academic innovation, and academic opportunities for all).

2023 Winner

John Getsoian - Laboratory/Classroom Services Supervisor

Headshot of John Getsoian

 

CoE Staff Incentive Award

The Staff Incentive Program recognizes staff who consistently demonstrate the College’s vision, mission, and values with a monetary award of up to $1,500. This initiative is part of the culture pillar of Michigan Engineering’s strategic plan.

2023-2024 Winner

Ryan Latimer

First-Year Programs Coordinator

2018-2019 Winner

Krista Quinn

First-Year Programs Assistant Director

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