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ASEE Fellow Member

Nomination Open: 11/01/2021

Nomination Deadline: 02/01/2022

The Board of Directors confers the grade of Fellow Member to recognize outstanding contributions to engineering education or engineering technology education and considerable individual contributions to ASEE. (The Committee construes the scope of engineering education and engineering technology education to include the many and varied activities that make up the programs of ASEE.) The candidate shall hold active membership at the time of nomination and shall have been a member for a period of ten years or more preceding July 1 of the year of election. To confirm a potential nominee's join date, go to the ASEE’s membership directory.

The grade of Fellow Member is an honor, which an individual cannot seek. Rather, another ASEE Fellow Member or active member must initiate the nomination. A Nominee can only nominate one individual each year. The grade of Fellow Member cannot be conferred upon a current member of the ASEE Awards Policy Committee. Nominees approved by the Awards Policy Committee for Fellow Membership are announced at the ASEE Annual Meeting, at which time Fellow certificates and pins are presented in an appropriate ceremony. Advance information on Fellow Membership selection is made available, as early as possible, to nominees who are selected and to their nominators.

 

To acces the nomination form, please click the link below. You will be prompted to log in to the previous ASEE website.

NOMINATION FORM

If you do not recall your login credentials for ASEE’s old website, you can reset them by entering the email address linked to your ASEE member profile here.
 

Complete nominations must be submitted using the online nomination form by Feb 02, 2022, 4:59 AM UTC in which the recognition is to take place. 

 

List of ASEE Fellows

Year Inducted Name Institution at Time of Induction
2021 Ronald J. Bennett University of St. Thomas
2021 Carlotta A. Berry Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
2021 Bobby G Crawford Quinnipiac University
2021 Elliot P. Douglas University of Florida
2021 Keith V. Johnson East Tennessee State University
2021 Sharon A. Jones University of Washington Bothell
2021 Donna C. Llewellyn Boise State University
2021 Gary S. May University of California, Davis
2021 Beena Sukumaran Miami University
2020 Maura Borrego      University of Texas at Austin  
2020 Ken Burbank Purdue University at West Lafayette (PPI)
2020 Janet Callahan Michigan Technological University
2020 Monica E. Cardella Purdue University at West Lafayette (COE)
2020 Monica Farmer Cox The Ohio State University
2020 P.K. Imbrie University of Cincinnati
2020 Agnieszka Miguel Seattle University
2020 Joe Tranquillo Bucknell University
2020 Margot A Vigeant Bucknell University
2019 Lisa Benson Clemson University
2019 Angela R Bielefeldt University of Colorado, Boulder
2019 Lisa G. Bullard North Carolina State University  
2019 Ann D. Christy Ohio State University
2019 John L. Falconer University of Colorado, Boulder
2019 H. Scott Fogler University of Michigan
2019 Joseph R. Herkert North Carolina State University
2019 Milo Koretsky Oregon State University
2019 Julie P Martin Clemson University
2018 John W. Brocato Mississippi State University
2018 Xavier  Fouger Dassault Systemes
2018 Richard J. Freuler Ohio State University
2018 Herbert L. Hess University of Idaho, Moscow
2018 Stacy S Klein-Gardner Vanderbilt University
2018 Niaz Latif Purdue University Northwest
2018 Jerome P. Lavelle North Carolina State University
2018 Michael C. Loui Purdue University-Main Campus, West Lafayette (College of Engineering)
2018 Adrienne Minerick Michigan Technological University
2018 Nick M. Safai Salt Lake Community College
2018 Brian P. Self California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
2017 Kristin P. Constant Iowa State University
2017 Ted Eschenbach University of Alaska, Anchorage
2017 Craig J. Gunn Michigan State University
2017 Michael T. Harris Purdue University, West Lafayette (College of Engineering)
2017 Beth M Holloway Purdue University, West Lafayette (College of Engineering)
2017 Lance C. Perez University of Nebraska, Lincoln
2017 Stephen J. Ressler U.S. Military Academy
2017 James R. Rowland University of Kansas
2017 Cheryl B. Schrader Wright State University
2017 Susan E. Walden University of Oklahoma
2016 Wayne T. Davis University of Tennessee, Knoxville
2016 John K. Estell Ohio Northern University
2016 Ronald E. Land Pennsylvania State University, New Kensington
2016 Teresa L. Larkin American University
2016 Thomas A. Lenox American Society of Civil Engineers
2016 John B. Ochs Lehigh University
2016 Elizabeth A. Parry North Carolina State University
2016 Michael J. Prince Bucknell University
2016 Donna Reese Mississippi State University
2016 Donna M. Riley Virginia Tech
2016 Catharine Skokan Colorado School of Mines
2015 Patricia D. Bazrod Georgia Institute of Technology
2015 Daina Briedis Michigan State University
2015 Martha Cyr Worcester Polytechnic Institute
2015 Norman D. Dennis University of Arkansas
2015 Stephanie Farrell Rowan University
2015 Richard O. Mines Mercer University
2015 S. Hossein Mousavinezhad Idaho State University
2015 Ruth A. Streveler Purdue University, West Lafayette
2015 Donald P. Visco University of Akron
2015 Richard C. Warder University of Memphis
2015 Ronald W. Welch The Citadel
2014 Laura Bottomley North Carolina State University
2014 Rebecca Brent Education Designs Inc.
2014 Christine M Cunningham Museum of Science
2014 Patricia Hall University of Tulsa
2014 Jason Keith Mississippi State University
2014 Kim LaScola Needy University of Arkansas
2014 Hamid R. Parsaei Texas A&M University at Qatar
2014 Jeffrey L. Ray Western Carolina University
2014 Mary A. Sadowski Purdue University, West Lafayette
2014 Ann Saterbak Rice University
2014 Noel N. Schulz Kansas State University
2014 John J. Uhran University of Notre Dame
2013 Stephanie G. Adams Virginia Tech
2013 Maureen A. Barcic University of Pittsburgh
2013 Theodore J. Branoff North Carolina State University
2013 Jenna P. Carpenter Louisiana Tech University
2013 Cynthia Finelli University of Michigan
2013 Amir Karimi The University of Texas at San Antonio
2013 Susan Kemnitzer National Science Foundation
2013 Susan M. Lord University of San Diego
2013 Ann F. McKenna Arizona State University, Polytechnic Campus
2013 Jessica A. Oswalt Tennessee Technological University
2013 Kanti Prasad University of Massachusetts-Lowell
2013 David F. Radcliffe Purdue University, West Lafayette
2013 David L. Whitman University of Wyoming
2012 Janie Fouke Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
2012 Jane Fraser Colorado State University-Pueblo
2012 Jeffrey E. Froyd Texas A&M University
2012 Lawrence J. Genalo Iowa State University
2012 Thomas M. Hall, Jr. Northwestern State University
2012 Robert J. Herrick Purdue University
2012 Marybeth Lima Louisiana State University
2012 Charles McIntyre North Dakota State University
2012 Matthew W. Ohland Purdue University
2012 Diane T. Rover Iowa State University
2012 Richard Zollars Washington State University
2011 Mary E. Besterfield-Sacre University of Pittsburgh
2011 Susan M. Blanchard Florida Gulf Coast University
2011 Nancy L. Denton Purdue University
2011 Kenneth F. Galloway Vanderbilt University
2011 Ray M. Haynes DaVinci Charter High Schools
2011 Leah H. Jamieson Purdue University
2011 Linda Krute North Carolina State University
2011 Larry G. Richards University of Virginia
2011 Carol A. Richardson Rochester Institute of Technology
2011 Ronald H. Rockland New Jersey Institute of Technology
2011 Jacquelyn Sullivan University of Colorado, Boulder
2011 Krishna Vedula University of Massachusetts, Lowell
2010 Ramesh K. Agarwal Washington University
2010 Lia V. Brillhart Triton College
2010 Jennifer Curtis University of Florida
2010 Eugene M. DeLoatch Morgan State University
2010 Dennis J. Fallon The Citadel
2010 Don P. Giddens Georgia Institute of Technology
2010 Joan Gosink Colorado School of Mines
2010 Lueny Morell Hewlett Packard Laboratories
2010 William C. Oakes Purdue University, West Lafayette
2010 Paul S. Peercy University of Wisconsin, Madison
2010 Teri Reed-Rhoads Purdue University, West Lafayette
2010 Tom C. Roberts, P.E. Kansas State University
2010 Bevlee A. Watford Virginia Tech
2009 Duane L. Abata South Dakota School of Mines and Technology
2009 Marilyn Barger Hillsborough Community College
2009 Daniel Budny University of Pittsburgh
2009 David DiBiasio Worcester Polytechnic Institute
2009 Warren Hill Weber State University
2009 Jed Lyons University of South Carolina
2009 John Orr Worcester Polytechnic Institute
2009 P.K. Raju Auburn University
2009 Joseph Rencis University of Arkansas
2009 George Sehi Sinclair Community College
2009 Sheryl Sorby Michigan Technological University
2009 Yaman Yener Northeastern University
2008 Ted E. Batchman University of Nevada, Reno
2008 Marilyn A. Dyrud Oregon Institute of Technology
2008 John D. Enderle University of Connecticut
2008 Norman L. Fortenberry National Academy of Engineering (Washington) ASEE Executive Director, effective May 2011
2008 Frank L. Huband American Society for Engineering Education
2008 Thomas A. Litzinger Pennsylvania State University, University Park
2008 Lakshmi Munukutla Arizona State University, Polytechnic campus
2008 Conrad F. Newberry Naval Postgraduate School
2008 Nicholas A. Peppas University of Texas, Austin
2008 Andrew Pytel Pennsylvania State University, University Park
2008 Gloria M Rogers ABET, Inc.
2008 Kirk H. Schulz Mississippi State University
2007 Ashok K. Agrawal Saint Louis Comm. College-Florissant Valley
2007 Don L. Dekker University of South Florida
2007 Elliot R. Eisenberg Pennsylvania State University, Hazleton Campus
2007 W. J. Fabrycky VA Polytechnic Inst. & State University
2007 Patricia Fox Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
2007 John Heywood Trinity College-Dublin
2007 Raymond E. Morrison, Jr. Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co
2007 Robert L. Mott University of Dayton
2007 Donald D. Myers University of Missouri-Rolla
2007 Michael T. O'Hair Purdue University
2007 Sarah A Rajala Mississippi State University
2007 Sheri Sheppard Stanford University
2007 Charles F. Yokomoto Indiana University Purdue University, Indianapolis
2006 Timothy J Anderson University of Florida-Gainesville
2006 Cynthia J. Atman University of Washington
2006 Clive L. Dym Harvey Mudd College
2006 Luther B. Epting Mississippi State University
2006 James B. Farison Baylor University
2006 B. K. Hodge Mississippi State University
2006 Joseph L.A. Hughes Georgia Institute of Technology
2006 James L. Melsa Iowa State University
2006 J. P. Mohsen University of Louisville
2006 Mark A. Pagano Purdue University
2006 Larry J. Shuman University of Pittsburgh
2006 David R. Voltmer Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
2005 Adeyinka A. Adeyiga Hampton University
2005 Nicholas J. Altiero Tulane University
2005 Cristina H. Amon Carnegie Mellon University
2005 Thomas F. Edgar University of Texas-Austin
2005 John S. Lamancusa Pennsylvania State University
2005 Carl E Locke, Jr. University of Kansas
2005 Jack R. Lohmann Georgia Institute of Technology
2005 Thomas M. Regan University of Maryland-College Park
2005 Joseph A. Shaeiwitz West Virginia University
2005 Marwan A. Simaan University of Pittsburgh
2005 John W. Steadman, P.E. University of South Alabama
2004 Robert N. Braswell Florida State University
2004 Marvin E. Criswell Colorado State University
2004 Jose B. Cruz, Jr. Ohio State University
2004 Stephen W. Director University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
2004 Richard C. Dorf University of California-Davis
2004 Renata S. Engel Pennsylvania State University
2004 Lucy C. Morse University of Central Florida
2004 Robert H. Todd Brigham Young University
2004 G. William Troxler Capitol College
2004 Jack Waintraub Middlesex County College
2004 Ward O. Winer Georgia Institute of Technology
2004 David N. Wormley Pennsylvania State University
2003 Robert English New Jersey Institute of Technology
2003 Eli Fromm Drexel University
2003 Mario J. Gonzalez, Jr. University of Texas, Austin
2003 Frank A. Gourley, Jr. West Virginia University Inst. of Tech.
2003 Raymond G. Jacquot University of Wyoming
2003 Sherra E. Kerns Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering
2003 Barbara M. Olds National Science Foundation (Arlington)
2003 Gerhard F. Paskusz University of Houston
2003 H. Vincent Poor Princeton University
2003 Paul E. Rainey California Polytechnic State University
2003 William E. Sayle, II Georgia Institute of Technology
2003 Karan Watson Texas A&M University
2002 W. David Baker Rochester Institute of Technology
2002 Frank M. Croft, Jr. Ohio State University
2002 Denny C. Davis Washington State University
2002 Paul N. Hale, Jr. Louisiana Tech University
2002 J. David Irwin Auburn University
2002 Sudhir I. Mehta North Dakota State University
2002 Donald N. Merino Stevens Institute of Technology
2002 Burks Oakley, II University of Illinois
2002 C. Stewart Slater Rowan University
2001 Mary R. Anderson-Rowland Arizona State University
2001 Walter W. Buchanan, PE Northeastern University
2001 Ralph A. Buonopane Northeastern University
2001 Lester A. Gerhardt Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
2001 E. Walter Lefevre University of Arkansas
2001 John J. McDonough University of Maine
2001 Albert L. McHenry Arizona State University-East
2001 Thomas G. McWilliams, Jr. Widener University
2001 Ernest T. Smerdon University of Arizona
2001 George A. Timblin Central Piedmont Community College - Retired
2001 William J. Wilhelm Wichita State University
2000 Ronald E. Barr University of Texas-Austin
2000 Theodore A. Bickart Colorado School of Mines
2000 Gary R. Crossman Old Dominion University
2000 Bruce A. Harding Purdue University
2000 Eddie Hildreth, Jr. University of Kentucky
2000 Ronald S. Kane New Jersey Institute of Technology
2000 William B. Krantz University of Cincinnati
2000 Richard M. Moore Oregon Institute of Technology
1999 M. Dayne Aldridge Mercer University
1999 Arvid R. Eide Iowa State University
1999 Earl E. Gottsman Capitol College
1999 Charles W. Haines Rochester Institute of Technology
1999 R. Neal Houze Purdue University
1999 Gerald S. Jakubowski Loyola Marymount University
1999 Geza Kardos Carleton University
1999 John W. Prados The University of Tennessee
1999 Karl N. Reid Oklahoma State University
1999 James T.P. Yao Texas A&M University
1998 Eleanor Baum Cooper Union
1998 J. Ray Bowen University of Washington
1998 Bill L. Cooper Oklahoma State University
1998 Richard S. Culver State University of NY-Binghamton
1998 Fred W. Emshousen Purdue University
1998 Donald E. Kirk San Jose State University
1998 L. Glenn Kraige VA Polytechnic Inst. & State University
1998 Karl A Smith University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
1998 Mahbub Uddin Trinity University
1998 Carl F. Zorowski North Carolina State University
1997 Alva L. Addy University of Illinois-Urbana
1997 Frank E. Burris UCLA Extension
1997 Delores M. Etter U.S. Naval Academy
1997 Richard J. Goldstein University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
1997 Alfred L. Moye Hewlett-Packard Corporation
1997 Arthur T. Murphy DuPont Company
1997 Philip H. Swain Purdue University
1997 John A. White University of Arkansas
1997 Jerry R. Yeargan University of Arkansas
1996 Ray M. Bowen Texas A&M University
1996 Richard M. Felder North Carolina State University
1996 Kenneth K. Gowdy Kansas State University
1996 Edward A. Hiler Texas A&M University
1996 Arthur T. Johnson University of Maryland-College Park
1996 Constantine N. Papadakis Drexel University
1996 Marilyn Berman Pollans University of Maryland-College Park
1996 Thomas W. Weber State University of NY-Buffalo
1995 Martin Becker Oregon Graduate Inst. of Science & Tech.
1995 Leland A. Carlson Texas A&M University
1995 James H. Earle Texas A&M University
1995 Robert W. Fox Purdue University
1995 Carole E. Goodson University of Houston 304T2
1995 Deran Hanesian New Jersey Institute of Technology
1995 Donald E. Rathbone Kansas State University
1995 Charles A. Wert University of Illinois-Urbana
1994 Merl Baker University of Tennessee, Chattanooga
1994 Bruno A. Boley Columbia University
1994 A. Bruce Carlson Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
1994 C. Roland Haden Texas A&M University
1994 Irene C. Peden University of Washington
1994 John T. Sears Montana State University
1994 Edmund P. Segner, Jr. University of Alabama-Birmingham
1994 Klaus D. Timmerhaus University of Colorado, Boulder
1994 Lawrence Van Vlack University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
1994 Henry T. Y. Yang University of California-Santa Barbara
1993 Lionel V. Baldwin National Technological University
1993 Joseph Bordogna National Science Foundation
1993 Edmund T. Cranch Worcester Polytechnic Institute
1993 Thomas E. Everhart California Institute of Technology
1993 Cary A. Fisher U.S. Air Force Academy
1993 Richard H. Gallagher Clarkson University
1993 Larry K. Monteith North Carolina State University
1993 Ray L. Sisson Colorado State University-Pueblo
1993 Curtis J. Tompkins Michigan Technological University
1993 Harris T. Travis Southern Polytechnic State University
1992 Romesh C. Batra VA Polytechnic Inst. & State University
1992 Morris E. Childs University of Washington
1992 John N. Crisp University of New Orleans
1992 Robert A. Greenkorn Purdue University
1992 Elmer L. Hixson University of Texas-Austin
1992 Carl F. Long Dartmouth College
1992 Richard W. Mortimer Drexel University
1992 Russell C. Nelson University of Nebraska-Lincoln
1992 Bernard R. Sarchet University of Missouri-Rolla
1992 Lawrence J. Wolf Oregon Institute of Technology
1991 Paul M. DeRusso Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
1991 Saul K. Fenster New Jersey Institute of Technology
1991 James F. McDonough Clermont College
1991 Wilbur L. Meier, Jr. ABB Power T & D Company, Inc.
1991 Gerald Nadler University of Southern California
1991 William M. Sangster Georgia Institute of Technology
1991 Gerald J. Thuesen Georgia Institute of Technology
1991 Paul E. Torgersen VA Polytechnic Inst. & State University
1991 William Dan Turner Texas A&M University
1991 Phillip C. Wankat Purdue University
1990 Frederick Berger Tau Alpha Pi
1990 John A. Brighton National Science Foundation
1990 George E. Dieter University of Maryland-College Park
1990 Wallace T. Fowler University of Texas-Austin
1990 Raymond B. Landis California State University-Los Angeles
1990 Edward T. Misiaszek Clarkson University
1990 James H. Mulligan, Jr. University of California-Irvine
1990 Mac Van Valkenburg University of Illinois-Urbana
1990 Wallace Starr Venable West Virginia University
1990 Ernest R. Weidhaas Pennsylvania State University
1989 Stephen R. Cheshier Southern Polytechnic State University
1989 Paul Doigan General Electric
1989 Donald M. Edwards University of Nebraska-Lincoln
1989 Richard E. Grace Purdue University
1989 Richard A. Kenyon Rochester Institute of Technology
1989 John P. Klus University of Wisconsin-Madison
1989 John C. Lindenlaub Purdue University
1989 Lewis G. Mayfield NSF
1989 Dan H. Pletta Virginia Tech
1988 Robert M. Anderson, Jr. Iowa State University
1988 J. Morley English University of California-Los Angeles
1988 Edward W. Ernst University of South Carolina
1988 Lyle D. Feisel State University of New York, Binghamton
1988 Thomas J. Higgins University of Wisconsin-Madison
1988 Louis Padulo University City Science Center (ret.)
1988 Nunzio J. Palladino Pennsylvania State University
1988 Angelo J. Perna New Jersey Institute of Technology
1988 David R. Reyes-Guerra RGF, Inc.
1988 Leighton E. Sissom Sissom & Associates, Inc.
1987 Billy V. Koen University of Texas-Austin
1987 Robert D. Larue Ohio State University
1987 W. Edward Lear American Society for Engineering Education
1987 Winfred M. Phillips University of Florida-Gainesville
1987 Christian Przirembel Clemson University
1987 James E. Stice University of Texas-Austin
1987 Anthony L. Tilmans Southern Polytechnic State University
1987 George K. Wadlin Michigan Technological University/ASCE
1987 J. David Waugh University of South Carolina
1986 Bei-Tse Chao University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign
1986 Lee C. Eagleton Pennsylvania State University
1986 Edwin C. Jones, Jr. Iowa State University
1986 Fred Landis University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
1986 Glen L. Martin CH2M Hill
1986 Hugh H. Skilling Stanford University
1986 Ralph J. Smith Stanford University
1986 John A. Weese Texas A&M University
1985 Robert K. Armstrong DuPont Company
1985 Arthur E. Bergles Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
1985 Raymond W. Fahien University of Florida-Gainesville
1985 Kenneth A. McCollom Oklahoma State University
1985 Robert H. Page Texas A&M University
1985 Lindon E. Saline General Electric Company
1985 Charles O. Smith University of Detroit
1984 George C. Beakley Arizona State University
1984 George Bugliarello Polytechnic University
1984 Leroy S. Fletcher Texas A&M University
1984 Russel C. Jones World Expertise LLC
1984 William K. LeBold Purdue University
1984 Paul E. Morgan Iowa State University
1984 Arthur T. Thompson Wentworth Institute of Technology
1984 Howard L. Wakeland University of Illinois-Urbana
1984 Charles E. Wales West Virginia University
1983 William T. Alexander Northeastern University
1983 Joseph M. Biedenbach University of South Carolina
1983 Harold A. Bolz Ohio State University
1983 George Burnet Iowa State University
1983 Howard L. Burpo Michigan State University/Union Carbide
1983 John C. Calhoun, Jr. Texas A&M University
1983 Carl C. Chambers University of Pennsylvania 
1983 W. Leighton Collins American Society for Engineering Education
1983 Daniel C. Drucker University of Florida-Gainesville
1983 Elmer C. Easton Rutgers University
1983 William L. Everitt University of Illinois 
1983 Ralph E. Fadum North Carolina State University
1983 Gordon H. Flammer Utah State University
1983 Richard G. Folsom Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
1983 Clement J. Freund University of Detroit
1983 Anthony B. Giordano Polytechnic University
1983 Lawrence Grayson U.S. Department of Education
1983 Lois B. Greenfield University of Wisconsin-Madison
1983 L. E. Grinter University of Florida-Gainesville
1983 John C. Hancock Purdue University/United Technologies
1983 Vincent S. Haneman, Jr. University of Alaska-Fairbanks
1983 Lee Harrisberger University of Alabama
1983 Walter M. Hartung Academy of Aeronautics
1983 Archie Higdon U.S. Air Force Academy
1983 Joseph C. Hogan University of Notre Dame
1983 Alfred C. Ingersoll University of California-Los Angeles
1983 William M. Kays Stanford University
1983 James R. Killian, Jr. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
1983 Edward T. Kirkpatrick Wentworth Institute of Technology
1983 Otis E. Lancaster Pennsylvania State University
1983 Frederick Lindvall CalTech
1983 George D. Lobingier Westinghouse, Inc.
1983 Melvin R. Lohmann Oklahoma State University
1983 Donald E. Marlowe American Society for Engineering Education
1983 Ross J. Martin University of Illinois
1983 James L. Meriam University of California-Santa Barbara
1983 Joseph M. Pettit Georgia Tech
1983 Kenneth G. Picha University of Massachusetts
1983 Helen L. Plants West Virginia University
1983 Kenneth A. Roe Burns & Roe Enterprises
1983 Robert H. Roy Johns Hopkins University
1983 Charles E. Schaffner Syska & Hennessy, Inc.
1983 B. Richard Teare, Jr. Carnegie Mellon University
1983 Richard J. Ungrodt Milwaukee School of Engineering
1983 Robert W. Van Houten New Jersey Institute of Technology
1983 Eric A. Walker Pennsylvania State University
1983 Cornelius Wandmacher University of Cincinnati
1983 Ernst Weber Polytechnic University
1983 Merritt A. Williamson Pennsylvania State University

The ASEE bylaws limit the number of members who can be advanced to Fellow Member in any one year to a total equal to one-tenth of one percent of the ASEE individual membership. The Fellow Member Committee, appointed by the ASEE President, has responsibility for evaluating all nominations submitted and recommending a limited number of candidates to the Awards Policy Committee.  Strict adherence to prescribed procedures is essential to assure equitable action on these nominations.  The Fellow Member Committee has prepared these guidelines to assist nominators in preparing nominations following standard procedures.

The Fellow Member Committee depends on the nominator to furnish all the necessary information requested in the nomination packet. The nominator must select widely distributed references with no more than two from any single institution or community.  A "Reference" cannot be a current member of the Board of Directors, members of the Fellow Member Committee, Awards Policy Committee, Headquarters staff, or the nominator.  Information on all the application forms must be complete, specific, and unambiguous because the Fellow Member Committee must determine the candidate's qualifications from the documentation submitted.

How to Nominate a Fellow Member

All Fellow Member nominations must be submitted using the online nomination form. A nominator may only nominate one nominee each year. The nominator is responsible for preparing and uploading the Fellow Member nomination and using the online nomination form to solicit letters of recommendation. The nominator is also responsible for ensuring that reference letter writers upload their letters by the deadline. To preserve formatting, nominators and reference letter writers can only upload PDFs.
  • Preparation of the online Fellow Member nomination form:  The nominator must present all concisely and in a meaningful manner. The Fellow Member nomination form is an online form that is visible when you log in to the ASEE website when Fellow Member nominations are open. 
  • Solicitation of references: While progressing through the online nomination, nominators will have the opportunity to search for and electronically invite potential references to upload letters of recommendation.
  • Submission of completed nomination packet: The completed nomination must be submitted online by 11:59 PM EST, February 1.

What is a complete Fellow Member nomination Packet?

Each section of the nomination packet will need to be uploaded separately. When ASEE opens the Fellow Member nominations in early November, each nominator must upload the following sections.
  • An optional cover letter
  • Candidate's Educational Credentials
  • Citation - A brief statement, not to exceed 100 words, giving the significant accomplishments for which the Board of Directors may select the candidate to receive Fellow Member honors. If the Board of Directors selects the candidate as an ASEE Fellow Member, ASEE will use the citation on printed materials.
  • Candidate's Professional Record - Including only principal assignments; present position first.
  • Candidate's non-ASEE related professional activities - society memberships, offices held, awards, academic assignments, government assignments, industrial assignments, advisory groups, etc.
  • Candidate's ASEE related activities with explanations - committee memberships, offices held, awards, etc. Please include a detailed explanation of the work involved and the time involved in each aspect of the activity performed.
  • Candidate's publications - List the five most important publications. Include those dealing with education, if appropriate.
  • Candidate's other professional achievements - recognition for significant contributions to the profession, such as books, patents, international service, visiting professorships, honorary degrees, advisory committees, consulting, continuing education, guidance and counseling, and similar activities.
  • Complete Fellow Member nominations must have at least five letters of recommendation from ASEE members. Three of those letters must come from current ASEE Fellow Members. No more than two letters of support may come from individuals at the same institution. Members of the Board of Directors, the Fellow Member Committee, the Awards Policy Committee, the Headquarters staff, or the nominator shall act as a reference. The nominator will be allowed to search for and send a brief email message to those selected to supply support letters. This email will also include instructions for the letter writer to upload their letter to the nomination packet.  People providing letters of recommendation must upload their letters by the February 1 deadline. Although five references are required, a safety margin of at least two more is recommended not to jeopardize the nomination's completeness by the deadline date.
The selection of references is most important. An individual should be personally acquainted with the candidate's work and comment incisively to qualify as a reference. Glowing generalities carry little weight and are discouraged. If the nominator cites exceptional contributions, corresponding references should be selected to support each area of achievement.
 

To acces the nomination form, please click the link below. You will be prompted to log in to the previous ASEE website.

NOMINATION FORM


If you do not recall your login credentials for ASEE’s old website, you can reset them by entering the email address linked to your ASEE member profile here.

Complete nominations must be submitted using the online nomination form by Feb 02, 2022, 4:59 AM UTC in which the recognition is to take place. 

If a nominee is not elected as a Fellow Member, the nomination will automatically be carried over for consideration in the succeeding year, except that a nomination will not be considered for more than three successive selection cycles. In such instances of carry-over, the nominator will be notified and invited to update the nomination.

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ASEE Fellow Member

Nomination Open: 11/01/2021

Nomination Deadline: 02/01/2022

The Board of Directors confers the grade of Fellow Member to recognize outstanding contributions to engineering education or engineering technology education and considerable individual contributions to ASEE. (The Committee construes the scope of engineering education and engineering technology education to include the many and varied activities that make up the programs of ASEE.) The candidate shall hold active membership at the time of nomination and shall have been a member for a period of ten years or more preceding July 1 of the year of election. To confirm a potential nominee's join date, go to the ASEE’s membership directory.

The grade of Fellow Member is an honor, which an individual cannot seek. Rather, another ASEE Fellow Member or active member must initiate the nomination. A Nominee can only nominate one individual each year. The grade of Fellow Member cannot be conferred upon a current member of the ASEE Awards Policy Committee. Nominees approved by the Awards Policy Committee for Fellow Membership are announced at the ASEE Annual Meeting, at which time Fellow certificates and pins are presented in an appropriate ceremony. Advance information on Fellow Membership selection is made available, as early as possible, to nominees who are selected and to their nominators.

 

To acces the nomination form, please click the link below. You will be prompted to log in to the previous ASEE website.

NOMINATION FORM

If you do not recall your login credentials for ASEE’s old website, you can reset them by entering the email address linked to your ASEE member profile here.
 

Complete nominations must be submitted using the online nomination form by Feb 02, 2022, 4:59 AM UTC in which the recognition is to take place. 

 

List of ASEE Fellows

Year Inducted Name Institution at Time of Induction
2021 Ronald J. Bennett University of St. Thomas
2021 Carlotta A. Berry Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
2021 Bobby G Crawford Quinnipiac University
2021 Elliot P. Douglas University of Florida
2021 Keith V. Johnson East Tennessee State University
2021 Sharon A. Jones University of Washington Bothell
2021 Donna C. Llewellyn Boise State University
2021 Gary S. May University of California, Davis
2021 Beena Sukumaran Miami University
2020 Maura Borrego      University of Texas at Austin  
2020 Ken Burbank Purdue University at West Lafayette (PPI)
2020 Janet Callahan Michigan Technological University
2020 Monica E. Cardella Purdue University at West Lafayette (COE)
2020 Monica Farmer Cox The Ohio State University
2020 P.K. Imbrie University of Cincinnati
2020 Agnieszka Miguel Seattle University
2020 Joe Tranquillo Bucknell University
2020 Margot A Vigeant Bucknell University
2019 Lisa Benson Clemson University
2019 Angela R Bielefeldt University of Colorado, Boulder
2019 Lisa G. Bullard North Carolina State University  
2019 Ann D. Christy Ohio State University
2019 John L. Falconer University of Colorado, Boulder
2019 H. Scott Fogler University of Michigan
2019 Joseph R. Herkert North Carolina State University
2019 Milo Koretsky Oregon State University
2019 Julie P Martin Clemson University
2018 John W. Brocato Mississippi State University
2018 Xavier  Fouger Dassault Systemes
2018 Richard J. Freuler Ohio State University
2018 Herbert L. Hess University of Idaho, Moscow
2018 Stacy S Klein-Gardner Vanderbilt University
2018 Niaz Latif Purdue University Northwest
2018 Jerome P. Lavelle North Carolina State University
2018 Michael C. Loui Purdue University-Main Campus, West Lafayette (College of Engineering)
2018 Adrienne Minerick Michigan Technological University
2018 Nick M. Safai Salt Lake Community College
2018 Brian P. Self California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
2017 Kristin P. Constant Iowa State University
2017 Ted Eschenbach University of Alaska, Anchorage
2017 Craig J. Gunn Michigan State University
2017 Michael T. Harris Purdue University, West Lafayette (College of Engineering)
2017 Beth M Holloway Purdue University, West Lafayette (College of Engineering)
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1997 Frank E. Burris UCLA Extension
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1997 Richard J. Goldstein University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
1997 Alfred L. Moye Hewlett-Packard Corporation
1997 Arthur T. Murphy DuPont Company
1997 Philip H. Swain Purdue University
1997 John A. White University of Arkansas
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1995 Leland A. Carlson Texas A&M University
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1994 C. Roland Haden Texas A&M University
1994 Irene C. Peden University of Washington
1994 John T. Sears Montana State University
1994 Edmund P. Segner, Jr. University of Alabama-Birmingham
1994 Klaus D. Timmerhaus University of Colorado, Boulder
1994 Lawrence Van Vlack University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
1994 Henry T. Y. Yang University of California-Santa Barbara
1993 Lionel V. Baldwin National Technological University
1993 Joseph Bordogna National Science Foundation
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1993 Thomas E. Everhart California Institute of Technology
1993 Cary A. Fisher U.S. Air Force Academy
1993 Richard H. Gallagher Clarkson University
1993 Larry K. Monteith North Carolina State University
1993 Ray L. Sisson Colorado State University-Pueblo
1993 Curtis J. Tompkins Michigan Technological University
1993 Harris T. Travis Southern Polytechnic State University
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1989 John C. Lindenlaub Purdue University
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1988 J. Morley English University of California-Los Angeles
1988 Edward W. Ernst University of South Carolina
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1988 Leighton E. Sissom Sissom & Associates, Inc.
1987 Billy V. Koen University of Texas-Austin
1987 Robert D. Larue Ohio State University
1987 W. Edward Lear American Society for Engineering Education
1987 Winfred M. Phillips University of Florida-Gainesville
1987 Christian Przirembel Clemson University
1987 James E. Stice University of Texas-Austin
1987 Anthony L. Tilmans Southern Polytechnic State University
1987 George K. Wadlin Michigan Technological University/ASCE
1987 J. David Waugh University of South Carolina
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1986 Lee C. Eagleton Pennsylvania State University
1986 Edwin C. Jones, Jr. Iowa State University
1986 Fred Landis University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
1986 Glen L. Martin CH2M Hill
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1985 Arthur E. Bergles Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
1985 Raymond W. Fahien University of Florida-Gainesville
1985 Kenneth A. McCollom Oklahoma State University
1985 Robert H. Page Texas A&M University
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1984 George C. Beakley Arizona State University
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1983 Joseph C. Hogan University of Notre Dame
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The ASEE bylaws limit the number of members who can be advanced to Fellow Member in any one year to a total equal to one-tenth of one percent of the ASEE individual membership. The Fellow Member Committee, appointed by the ASEE President, has responsibility for evaluating all nominations submitted and recommending a limited number of candidates to the Awards Policy Committee.  Strict adherence to prescribed procedures is essential to assure equitable action on these nominations.  The Fellow Member Committee has prepared these guidelines to assist nominators in preparing nominations following standard procedures.

The Fellow Member Committee depends on the nominator to furnish all the necessary information requested in the nomination packet. The nominator must select widely distributed references with no more than two from any single institution or community.  A "Reference" cannot be a current member of the Board of Directors, members of the Fellow Member Committee, Awards Policy Committee, Headquarters staff, or the nominator.  Information on all the application forms must be complete, specific, and unambiguous because the Fellow Member Committee must determine the candidate's qualifications from the documentation submitted.

How to Nominate a Fellow Member

All Fellow Member nominations must be submitted using the online nomination form. A nominator may only nominate one nominee each year. The nominator is responsible for preparing and uploading the Fellow Member nomination and using the online nomination form to solicit letters of recommendation. The nominator is also responsible for ensuring that reference letter writers upload their letters by the deadline. To preserve formatting, nominators and reference letter writers can only upload PDFs.
  • Preparation of the online Fellow Member nomination form:  The nominator must present all concisely and in a meaningful manner. The Fellow Member nomination form is an online form that is visible when you log in to the ASEE website when Fellow Member nominations are open. 
  • Solicitation of references: While progressing through the online nomination, nominators will have the opportunity to search for and electronically invite potential references to upload letters of recommendation.
  • Submission of completed nomination packet: The completed nomination must be submitted online by 11:59 PM EST, February 1.

What is a complete Fellow Member nomination Packet?

Each section of the nomination packet will need to be uploaded separately. When ASEE opens the Fellow Member nominations in early November, each nominator must upload the following sections.
  • An optional cover letter
  • Candidate's Educational Credentials
  • Citation - A brief statement, not to exceed 100 words, giving the significant accomplishments for which the Board of Directors may select the candidate to receive Fellow Member honors. If the Board of Directors selects the candidate as an ASEE Fellow Member, ASEE will use the citation on printed materials.
  • Candidate's Professional Record - Including only principal assignments; present position first.
  • Candidate's non-ASEE related professional activities - society memberships, offices held, awards, academic assignments, government assignments, industrial assignments, advisory groups, etc.
  • Candidate's ASEE related activities with explanations - committee memberships, offices held, awards, etc. Please include a detailed explanation of the work involved and the time involved in each aspect of the activity performed.
  • Candidate's publications - List the five most important publications. Include those dealing with education, if appropriate.
  • Candidate's other professional achievements - recognition for significant contributions to the profession, such as books, patents, international service, visiting professorships, honorary degrees, advisory committees, consulting, continuing education, guidance and counseling, and similar activities.
  • Complete Fellow Member nominations must have at least five letters of recommendation from ASEE members. Three of those letters must come from current ASEE Fellow Members. No more than two letters of support may come from individuals at the same institution. Members of the Board of Directors, the Fellow Member Committee, the Awards Policy Committee, the Headquarters staff, or the nominator shall act as a reference. The nominator will be allowed to search for and send a brief email message to those selected to supply support letters. This email will also include instructions for the letter writer to upload their letter to the nomination packet.  People providing letters of recommendation must upload their letters by the February 1 deadline. Although five references are required, a safety margin of at least two more is recommended not to jeopardize the nomination's completeness by the deadline date.
The selection of references is most important. An individual should be personally acquainted with the candidate's work and comment incisively to qualify as a reference. Glowing generalities carry little weight and are discouraged. If the nominator cites exceptional contributions, corresponding references should be selected to support each area of achievement.
 

To acces the nomination form, please click the link below. You will be prompted to log in to the previous ASEE website.

NOMINATION FORM


If you do not recall your login credentials for ASEE’s old website, you can reset them by entering the email address linked to your ASEE member profile here.

Complete nominations must be submitted using the online nomination form by Feb 02, 2022, 4:59 AM UTC in which the recognition is to take place. 

If a nominee is not elected as a Fellow Member, the nomination will automatically be carried over for consideration in the succeeding year, except that a nomination will not be considered for more than three successive selection cycles. In such instances of carry-over, the nominator will be notified and invited to update the nomination.

ASEE Fellow Nomination Guidelines

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The ASEE bylaws limit the number of members who can be advanced to Fellow Member in any one year to a total equal to one-tenth of one percent of the ASEE individual membership. The Fellow Member Committee, appointed by the ASEE President, has responsibility for evaluating all nominations submitted and recommending a limited number of candidates to the Awards Policy Committee.  To assure equitable action on these nominations, strict adherence to prescribed procedures is essential.  These guidelines have been prepared to assist in the preparation of nominations following standard procedures.

The Fellow Member Committee depends on the nominator to furnish all the necessary information requested in the nomination packet.  References should be widely distributed with no more than two from any one institution or community.  A “Reference” cannot be a current member of the Board of Directors, or members of the Fellow Member Committee, Awards Policy Committee, Headquarters staff, or the Nominator.  Information on all the application forms must be complete, specific, and unambiguous because the Fellow Member Committee must determine the candidate's qualifications from the documentation submitted. 

A nomination packet includes:

  1. An optional cover letter 
  2. Candidate's Educational Credentials 
  3. Citation - A brief statement, not to exceed one hundred words, giving the major accomplishments for which the candidate is selected to receive Fellow members honors. This will be used if the candidate is selected as an ASEE Fellow.
  4. Candidate's Professional Record - Including only principle assignments; present position first.
  5. Candidate's non-ASEE related professional activities - society memberships, offices held, awards, academic assignments, government assignments, industrial assignments, advisory groups, etc.
  6. Candidate's ASEE related activities with explanations - committee memberships, offices held, awards, etc. Please include a detailed explanation of the work involved and the time involved in each aspect of the activity performed.
  7. Candidate's publications - List the five most important publications. Include those dealing with education, if appropriate.
  8. Candidate's other professional achievements - Recognition for major contributions to the profession, such as books, patents, international service, visiting professorships, honorary degrees, advisory committees, consulting, continuing education, guidance and counseling, and similar activities. 
  9. At least five letters of recommendation from ASEE members. Three of those letters must come from current ASEE Fellows. No more than two letters of support may come from individuals at the same institution. No current members of the Board of Directors, the Fellow Member Committee, the Awards Policy Committee, the Headquarters staff, or the nominator shall act as a reference. The nominator will be allowed to search for and send a brief email message to those selected to supply support letters. This email will also include instructions for the letter writer to upload their letter to the nomination packet.

Nominees approved by the Awards Policy Committee for Fellow Membership are announced at the ASEE Annual Meeting, at which time Fellow certificates and pins are presented in an appropriate ceremony.  Advance information on Fellow Membership selection is made available, as early as possible, to nominees who are selected and to their nominators.

The Board of Directors confers the grade of Fellow Member to recognize outstanding contributions to engineering education or engineering technology education and considerable individual contributions to ASEE.  (The Committee construes the scope of engineering education and engineering technology education to include the many and varied activities that make up the programs of ASEE.)

The candidate shall hold active membership at the time of nomination and shall have been a member for a period of ten years or more preceding July 1 of the year of election. To confirm a potential nominee's join date, go to the ASEE’s membership directory.

The grade of Fellow Member is an honor, which an individual cannot seek.  Rather, another ASEE Fellow Member or active member must initiate the nomination. A Nominee can only nominate one individual each year. 

The grade of Fellow Member cannot be conferred upon a current member of the ASEE Awards Policy Committee.

Completed reference forms are required from at least five current members of ASEE, with at least three of these references being Fellows of ASEE. You may view a list of ASEE Fellows here.  No more than two letters of support may come from individuals at the same institution. No current members of the Board of Directors, the Fellow Member Committee, the Awards Policy Committee, the Headquarters staff (on the date of submission of the reference form), or the nominator shall act as a reference. Additional references may or may not be current members of ASEE. The completed confidential reference letters must be uploaded to the online nomination before the February 1 deadline. Although five references are required, a safety margin of at least two more is recommended not to jeopardize the nomination's completeness by the deadline date.

The selection of references is most important. To qualify as a reference, an individual should be personally acquainted with the candidate's work and comment incisively. Glowing generalities carry little weight and are discouraged. Where exceptional contributions are cited, corresponding references should be selected to support each area of achievement.

Each section of the nomination packet will need to be uploaded separately. Only PDFs will be accepted. Once the online nomination form is opened in early-November, each nominator will need to upload the following sections:

  1. An optional cover letter

  2. Candidate's Educational Credentials

  3. Citation - A brief statement, not to exceed 100 words, giving the major accomplishments for which the candidate is selected to receive Fellow members honors. This will be used if the candidate is selected as an ASEE Fellow.

  4. Candidate's Professional Record - Including only principal assignments; present position first.

  5. Candidate's non-ASEE related professional activities - society memberships, offices held, awards, academic assignments, government assignments, industrial assignments, advisory groups, etc.

  6. Candidate's ASEE related activities with explanations - committee memberships, offices held, awards, etc. Please include a detailed explanation of the work involved and the time involved in each aspect of the activity performed.

  7. Candidate's publications - List the five most important publications. Include those dealing with education, if appropriate.

  8. Candidate's other professional achievements - Recognition for major contributions to the profession, such as books, patents, international service, visiting professorships, honorary degrees, advisory committees, consulting, continuing education, guidance and counseling, and similar activities.

  9. At least five letters of recommendation from ASEE members. Three of those letters must come from current ASEE Fellows. No more than two letters of support may come from individuals at the same institution. Members of the Board of Directors, the Fellow Member Committee, the Awards Policy Committee, the Headquarters staff, or the nominator shall act as a reference.The nominator will be allowed to search for and send a brief email message to those selected to supply support letters. This email will also include instructions for the letter writer to upload their letter to the nomination packet.

All Fellow Member nominations must be submitted using the online nomination form. A nominator may only nominate one nominee each year. The nominator is responsible for preparing and uploading the Fellow Member nomination and using the online nomination form to solicit letters of recommendation. The nominator is also responsible for making sure that reference letter writers upload their letters by the deadline. To preserve formatting, only PDF files may be uploaded to the online nomination form. Instructions for creating PDFs from Word and other document formats are available here.

  • Preparation of the online Fellow Member nomination form:  All information provided must be presented concisely and in a meaningful manner. The Fellow Member nomination form is an online form that is visible when you log in to the ASEE website when Fellow nominations are open. 
  • Solicitation of references: While progressing through the online nomination, nominators will have the opportunity to search for and electronically invite potential references to upload letters of recommendation.
  • Submission of completed nomination packet: The completed nomination must be submitted online by 11:59 PM EST, February 1.

Complete nominations must be submitted using the online nomination form by Feb 02, 2022, 4:59 AM UTC in which the recognition is to take place. 

If a nominee is not elected as a Fellow Member, the nomination will automatically be carried over for consideration in the succeeding year, except that a nomination will not be considered for more than three successive selection cycles.  In such instances of carry-over, the nominator will be notified and invited to update the nomination.

  • How will references submit their letters of recommendation?
    All references will submit their letters of recommendation online.  
  • May a member of the ASEE Awards Policy Committee serve as a Fellow reference?
    No.

The ASEE bylaws limit the number of members who can be advanced to Fellow Member in any one year to a total equal to one-tenth of one percent of the ASEE individual membership. The Fellow Member Committee, appointed by the ASEE President, has responsibility for evaluating all nominations submitted and recommending a limited number of candidates to the Awards Policy Committee.  To assure equitable action on these nominations, strict adherence to prescribed procedures is essential.  These guidelines have been prepared to assist in the preparation of nominations following standard procedures.

The Fellow Member Committee depends on the nominator to furnish all the necessary information requested in the nomination packet.  References should be widely distributed with no more than two from any one institution or community.  A “Reference” cannot be a current member of the Board of Directors, or members of the Fellow Member Committee, Awards Policy Committee, Headquarters staff, or the Nominator.  Information on all the application forms must be complete, specific, and unambiguous because the Fellow Member Committee must determine the candidate's qualifications from the documentation submitted. 

A nomination packet includes:

  1. An optional cover letter 
  2. Candidate's Educational Credentials 
  3. Citation - A brief statement, not to exceed one hundred words, giving the major accomplishments for which the candidate is selected to receive Fellow members honors. This will be used if the candidate is selected as an ASEE Fellow.
  4. Candidate's Professional Record - Including only principle assignments; present position first.
  5. Candidate's non-ASEE related professional activities - society memberships, offices held, awards, academic assignments, government assignments, industrial assignments, advisory groups, etc.
  6. Candidate's ASEE related activities with explanations - committee memberships, offices held, awards, etc. Please include a detailed explanation of the work involved and the time involved in each aspect of the activity performed.
  7. Candidate's publications - List the five most important publications. Include those dealing with education, if appropriate.
  8. Candidate's other professional achievements - Recognition for major contributions to the profession, such as books, patents, international service, visiting professorships, honorary degrees, advisory committees, consulting, continuing education, guidance and counseling, and similar activities. 
  9. At least five letters of recommendation from ASEE members. Three of those letters must come from current ASEE Fellows. No more than two letters of support may come from individuals at the same institution. No current members of the Board of Directors, the Fellow Member Committee, the Awards Policy Committee, the Headquarters staff, or the nominator shall act as a reference. The nominator will be allowed to search for and send a brief email message to those selected to supply support letters. This email will also include instructions for the letter writer to upload their letter to the nomination packet.

Nominees approved by the Awards Policy Committee for Fellow Membership are announced at the ASEE Annual Meeting, at which time Fellow certificates and pins are presented in an appropriate ceremony.  Advance information on Fellow Membership selection is made available, as early as possible, to nominees who are selected and to their nominators.

The Board of Directors confers the grade of Fellow Member to recognize outstanding contributions to engineering education or engineering technology education and considerable individual contributions to ASEE.  (The Committee construes the scope of engineering education and engineering technology education to include the many and varied activities that make up the programs of ASEE.)

The candidate shall hold active membership at the time of nomination and shall have been a member for a period of ten years or more preceding July 1 of the year of election. To confirm a potential nominee's join date, go to the ASEE’s membership directory.

The grade of Fellow Member is an honor, which an individual cannot seek.  Rather, another ASEE Fellow Member or active member must initiate the nomination. A Nominee can only nominate one individual each year. 

The grade of Fellow Member cannot be conferred upon a current member of the ASEE Awards Policy Committee.

Completed reference forms are required from at least five current members of ASEE, with at least three of these references being Fellows of ASEE. You may view a list of ASEE Fellows here.  No more than two letters of support may come from individuals at the same institution. No current members of the Board of Directors, the Fellow Member Committee, the Awards Policy Committee, the Headquarters staff (on the date of submission of the reference form), or the nominator shall act as a reference. Additional references may or may not be current members of ASEE. The completed confidential reference letters must be uploaded to the online nomination before the February 1 deadline. Although five references are required, a safety margin of at least two more is recommended not to jeopardize the nomination's completeness by the deadline date.

The selection of references is most important. To qualify as a reference, an individual should be personally acquainted with the candidate's work and comment incisively. Glowing generalities carry little weight and are discouraged. Where exceptional contributions are cited, corresponding references should be selected to support each area of achievement.

Each section of the nomination packet will need to be uploaded separately. Only PDFs will be accepted. Once the online nomination form is opened in early-November, each nominator will need to upload the following sections:

  1. An optional cover letter

  2. Candidate's Educational Credentials

  3. Citation - A brief statement, not to exceed 100 words, giving the major accomplishments for which the candidate is selected to receive Fellow members honors. This will be used if the candidate is selected as an ASEE Fellow.

  4. Candidate's Professional Record - Including only principal assignments; present position first.

  5. Candidate's non-ASEE related professional activities - society memberships, offices held, awards, academic assignments, government assignments, industrial assignments, advisory groups, etc.

  6. Candidate's ASEE related activities with explanations - committee memberships, offices held, awards, etc. Please include a detailed explanation of the work involved and the time involved in each aspect of the activity performed.

  7. Candidate's publications - List the five most important publications. Include those dealing with education, if appropriate.

  8. Candidate's other professional achievements - Recognition for major contributions to the profession, such as books, patents, international service, visiting professorships, honorary degrees, advisory committees, consulting, continuing education, guidance and counseling, and similar activities.

  9. At least five letters of recommendation from ASEE members. Three of those letters must come from current ASEE Fellows. No more than two letters of support may come from individuals at the same institution. Members of the Board of Directors, the Fellow Member Committee, the Awards Policy Committee, the Headquarters staff, or the nominator shall act as a reference.The nominator will be allowed to search for and send a brief email message to those selected to supply support letters. This email will also include instructions for the letter writer to upload their letter to the nomination packet.

All Fellow Member nominations must be submitted using the online nomination form. A nominator may only nominate one nominee each year. The nominator is responsible for preparing and uploading the Fellow Member nomination and using the online nomination form to solicit letters of recommendation. The nominator is also responsible for making sure that reference letter writers upload their letters by the deadline. To preserve formatting, only PDF files may be uploaded to the online nomination form. Instructions for creating PDFs from Word and other document formats are available here.

  • Preparation of the online Fellow Member nomination form:  All information provided must be presented concisely and in a meaningful manner. The Fellow Member nomination form is an online form that is visible when you log in to the ASEE website when Fellow nominations are open. 
  • Solicitation of references: While progressing through the online nomination, nominators will have the opportunity to search for and electronically invite potential references to upload letters of recommendation.
  • Submission of completed nomination packet: The completed nomination must be submitted online by 11:59 PM EST, February 1.

Complete nominations must be submitted using the online nomination form by Feb 02, 2022, 4:59 AM UTC in which the recognition is to take place. 

If a nominee is not elected as a Fellow Member, the nomination will automatically be carried over for consideration in the succeeding year, except that a nomination will not be considered for more than three successive selection cycles.  In such instances of carry-over, the nominator will be notified and invited to update the nomination.

  • How will references submit their letters of recommendation?
    All references will submit their letters of recommendation online.  
  • May a member of the ASEE Awards Policy Committee serve as a Fellow reference?
    No.