View the 2016 IEEE Educational Activities Board (EAB) Award recipients and their contributions to engineering education, professional development, and accreditation.
Salvatore Campione "for his contributions to the electromagnetic modeling of complex systems and structures from microwave to optical frequencies"
Ronald Joe Stanley "for consistent excellence in undergraduate teaching and for development and delivery of highly effective pre-college engineering outreach programs"
David L. Soldan "for exceptional leadership and life long support and service to Eta Kappa Nu and IEEE-Eta Kappa Nu IEEE members, chapters, and volunteers"
Walter W. Buchanan "for leadership in accreditation activities that inspire professional career paths for graduates of engineering technology programs and the impact on accreditation processes"
Bozenna Pasik-Duncan "for innovative developments in teaching control systems and inspiring STEM education"
Nafeesa Mazhar "for recognition of her contribution in accelerating informal education among university and pre-university students, teachers, and differently-abled individuals"
Tushar Sharma for contributions encouraging and inspiring pre-university students to pursue collaborative scientific research globally"
Scottie Austin Wilson "for development and delivery of a pre-university, preparatory engineering curriculum and integration of STEM activities"
Matthew Ohland for leadership in the development of the CATME tools for peer evaluation and team formation"
IEEE Signal Processing Society for innovative educational and professional development programs that engage professionals, students and the general public in signal processing”
Moshe Kam "for sustained contributions to educational activities”
George Bekey "for pioneering contributions to the foundation and advancement of robotics and for leadership in engineering education and research, and in cross-disciplinary aspects spanning biology and medicine"