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National Engineering Economy Teaching Excellence Award

Nomination Open: 11/15/2023

Nomination Deadline: 02/01/2024

The National Engineering Economy Teaching Excellence Award recognizes an individual who has demonstrated classroom teaching excellence and teaching scholarship in engineering economy. The award consists of a $10,000 honorarium, an inscribed plaque, and a $1,000 stipend to assist the award recipient in travel costs to attend the ASEE Annual Conference where the award will be presented. The award will be presented biennially at the ASEE Awards Banquet held during the Annual Conference. However, if a qualified candidate is not identified in any given year, the award selection committee may defer making the award. The award may be received only once.

 

Those eligible to receive the award are, or have been, full-time engineering teachers who have taught engineering economy courses in an ABET or CEAB accredited engineering or engineering technology curriculum. They may be current or emeritus faculty members who have taught engineering economy frequently for a substantial period of time. Classroom Performance Possess and be able to communicate broad and accurate knowledge of engineering economy to students. Show evidence of outstanding classroom performance using regular evaluations by students and by faculty. If relevant, other measures of classroom performance may also be included. Possess a sense of proportion, stressing fundamentals and basic underlying truths. Prepare assignments that challenge students, demanding thinking and learning. Demonstrate an intense interest and enthusiasm in engineering economy and enhance the learning process through real-life examples and illustrations to fully motivate students. Nominee’s efforts have increased awareness and extended the reach of engineering economy concepts into the broader engineering curriculum. Nominee has a long and distinguished record of teaching effectiveness for at least a decade. Teaching Scholarship Contributions Demonstrate effectiveness in course and/or curriculum development. Development or authorship of instructional material or a text that enhances the student learning process and has impact beyond the classroom.

The nomination form can be found in the link below (note that only ASEE members can submit award nominations)

 

Nominations are automatically transferred over for the next award cycle. If not selected, nominations can be re-submitted after one award cycle.

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National Engineering Economy Teaching Excellence Award

Nomination Open: 11/15/2023

Nomination Deadline: 02/01/2024

The National Engineering Economy Teaching Excellence Award recognizes an individual who has demonstrated classroom teaching excellence and teaching scholarship in engineering economy. The award consists of a $10,000 honorarium, an inscribed plaque, and a $1,000 stipend to assist the award recipient in travel costs to attend the ASEE Annual Conference where the award will be presented. The award will be presented biennially at the ASEE Awards Banquet held during the Annual Conference. However, if a qualified candidate is not identified in any given year, the award selection committee may defer making the award. The award may be received only once.

 

Those eligible to receive the award are, or have been, full-time engineering teachers who have taught engineering economy courses in an ABET or CEAB accredited engineering or engineering technology curriculum. They may be current or emeritus faculty members who have taught engineering economy frequently for a substantial period of time. Classroom Performance Possess and be able to communicate broad and accurate knowledge of engineering economy to students. Show evidence of outstanding classroom performance using regular evaluations by students and by faculty. If relevant, other measures of classroom performance may also be included. Possess a sense of proportion, stressing fundamentals and basic underlying truths. Prepare assignments that challenge students, demanding thinking and learning. Demonstrate an intense interest and enthusiasm in engineering economy and enhance the learning process through real-life examples and illustrations to fully motivate students. Nominee’s efforts have increased awareness and extended the reach of engineering economy concepts into the broader engineering curriculum. Nominee has a long and distinguished record of teaching effectiveness for at least a decade. Teaching Scholarship Contributions Demonstrate effectiveness in course and/or curriculum development. Development or authorship of instructional material or a text that enhances the student learning process and has impact beyond the classroom.

The nomination form can be found in the link below (note that only ASEE members can submit award nominations)

 

Nominations are automatically transferred over for the next award cycle. If not selected, nominations can be re-submitted after one award cycle.

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Year Winner Name
2020 Wolter Fabrycky
2018 William G. Sullivan
2016 Ted Eschenbach
2014 John A. White
2012 Richard Harold Bernhard
2010 Gerald A. Fleischer

National Engineering Economy Teaching Excellence Award

2022 winner:

Jerome Lavelle

Jerome P. Lavelle, Ph.D. is Associate Dean of Academic Affairs in the College of Engineering, and Professor of Textile Engineering in the Wilson College of Textiles, at NC State University. His academic career spans 30 years as faculty member and academic administrator, teaching and researching in the areas of engineering economics, engineering education, leadership, and engineering management. Dr. Lavelle has taught over 35 sections of engineering economy at the undergraduate and graduate levels to approximately 2,200 students, and was an early adopter of active learning and video/flipped pedagogies in the classroom. He is co-author of the leading undergraduate textbook Engineering Economic Analysis (Oxford University Press), and has over 90 archived academic citations. Dr. Lavelle is a fellow of both the America Society of Engineering Education (ASEE) and the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers (IISE). He has served ABET in engineering program accreditation as program evaluator, commission member, member of the academic advisory council, and society liaison for IISE.  Dr. Lavelle is a past awardee of the ASEE Wellington Award for his lifetime contributions to engineering economy.

Past Winners

Year Winner Name
2020 Wolter Fabrycky
2018 William G. Sullivan
2016 Ted Eschenbach
2014 John A. White
2012 Richard Harold Bernhard
2010 Gerald A. Fleischer