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Harrison Faculty Award for Excellence in Engineering Education

The Harrison Faculty Award for Excellence in Engineering Education was established in 1982 by Doris A. and Stanley E. Harrison (B.S.E.E. '58).

The award is presented to a member of the College faculty in engineering or architecture who is in the early or mid-part of his or her career (within 15 years of receiving his/her Ph.D. or other terminal degree) and who has distinguished himself or herself through a contribution to the College of Engineering or society. 

The award will be based on excellence in teaching and the qualitative aspects of teaching; exceptional fundamental or applied research (either in scope or originality) in one or more areas of endeavor ordinarily carried out in the College of Engineering; or a single or unique contribution to engineering or architectural concepts, which is responsive to or has an impact on society as a whole.

Civil, Environmental and Geodetic Engineering Award Recipients
Dorota Grejner-Brzezinska - 2009
Linda Weavers - 2007