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College of Engineering’s Charles E. MacQuigg Awards for Outstanding Teaching

The Charles Ellison MacQuigg Award for Outstanding Teaching is named for the late dean of the College of Engineering.  The award is presented annually to faculty members who have demonstrated, in a superior manner, their interest and willingness to help students, their interest in improvement of the high reputation of the College of Engineering, and their outstanding teaching ability.

Students in the College of Engineering nominate and elect award recipients.  

Civil, Environmental and Geodetic Engineering Award Recipients

Mark McCord - 2010
Frank Croft, Jr. - 1994,  2009
Frederick Meyers - 1993, 2007
Hojjat Adeli - 2007
Fabian Hadipriono - 2003
Jozsef Gozon - 2000
Raul Herrera - 1998
Carolyn Merry - 1995
Ranbir Sandhu - 1991
Oliver McGee III - 1990
Robert Stiefel - 1989
Robert Sykes - 1988
Vincent Ricca - 1987
Tien Y. Chen - 1975
Carl Purtz - 1968
Charles Smith - 1967