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The Ralph L. Boyer Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Engineering Innovation

The Ralph L. Boyer Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Engineering Innovation was established in 1988 by Ralph L. Boyer, a 1924 Ohio State graduate in mechanical engineering.

The award is presented to a faculty team or to an individual faculty member in the College of Engineering that has made outstanding contributions to the improvement of undergraduate engineering education. The award is meant to recognize the demonstrated impact of innovation in the education process, including the design, development and application of new pedagogy, teaching tools (e.g., multi-media), and assessment methodologies on the overall quality of the undergraduate engineering education process/experience at Ohio State. Selection will favor faculty whose contributions have made important, pervasive improvements in the engineering education process with a significant potential for long term impact.

Civil Environmental and Geodetic Engineering Award Recipients
Frank Croft - 2014
Harold Walker - 2008
Audeen Fentiman - 2002