View the 2013 IEEE Educational Activities Board (EAB) Award recipients and their contributions to engineering education, professional development, and accreditation.
Carol Richardson for leadership in accreditation activities that create and enhance career opportunities for graduates of engineering technology programs.
Sri Singh for leadership in creating and delivering training in advanced power systems to practicing engineers, the academic community, and policy makers.
Rupa Dachere for establishing a non-profit organization that provides educational programs and mentoring for females in computer programming.
Powsiri Klinkhachorn for pioneering contributions to classroom education through the integration of multi-disciplinary, hands-on interactive activities and teaching tools.
Israel Malinowitzer for creating and promoting the development of high school career academies that prepare students for today’s technology-focused industries.
Jerina Chunga for decades of passionate teaching experience and positive impact made on lives of young children, inspiring them with creative thinking and instilling in them a strong sense of self belief.
Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) for sustained support and encouragement of its employees’ professional development.
IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society for offering comprehensive educational initiatives in the field of instrumentation and measurement to meet the life-long learning needs of its members.
Gerald Peterson for visionary development of e-learning modules on technical standards enhancing the knowledge and skills of students, academics, and engineering practitioners.
Center for Advanced Life Cycle Engineering (CALCE) for continued leadership in developing and promoting standards education in the field of reliability engineering.