Faculty and Staff Honored at Year-End CENG Awards Ceremony

Trian Georgeou received the Don and Paula Heye Outstanding Teaching Award for the College of Engineering.

Several faculty members were honored recently for excellence in teaching, advising and research during the 2017-18 school year. The college-wide award ceremony, held in the ATL, included recaps of department successes and peeks into next year and beyond.

The Engineering Student Council presented the Outstanding Club Advisor Award to Graham Doig, left, and the Outstanding Lecturer Award to Hans Meyer.
Taufik received the Don and Paula Heye Award for Outstanding Club Advisement for the College of Engineering.
Amy Sinclair from the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department received the College of Engineering’s Outstanding Staff Award.
Leanne Fiorentino,CSSE, and Amy Sinclair, CEENVE, received the College of Engineering’s Outstanding Staff Award.

Full List of Winners:

Engineering Student Council Outstanding Faculty Award –  Kira Abercromby, AERO

Engineering Student Council Outstanding Lecturer Award –  Hans Mayer, ME

Engineering Student Council Outstanding Club Advisor Award – Graham Doig, AERO

Engineering Student Council Outstanding Staff Award – Leanne Fiorentino, CSSE

Engineering Student Council Outstanding Professor in COSAM Award – Robert Easton, MATH

College of Engineering Outstanding Staff Award – Amy Sinclair, CE/ENVE, and Leanne Fiorentino, CSSE

Don & Paula Heye Annual Award for Outstanding Club Advisement in the CENG – Taufik, EE                        

Don & Paula Heye Annual Award for Outstanding Teaching in the College of Engineering – Trian Georgeou, IME  

Raytheon Excellence in Teaching & Applied Research – John Pan, IME

Northrop Grumman Excellence in Teaching – Bruce DeBruhl, CSSE

Don & Paula Heye Annual Safety Award (presented during the winter) – Staff/Jim Gerhardt, ME, student/Kayla Londono, BMED

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