View the 2015 IEEE Educational Activities Board (EAB) Award recipients and their contributions to engineering education, professional development, and accreditation.
Payman Dehghanian "for research on reliability-centered maintenance to improve cost effectiveness in the electric power industry"
Preethika Kumar "for dedication to fostering student success through the development of state-of-the-art courses, creation of stimulating classroom environments, and personal attention to every student"
Asad M. Adni "for technical attainments and contributions to society through outstanding leadership in the profession of Electrical and Computer Engineering"
David Soldan "for development of curriculum guidelines for undergraduate degree programs in computer engineering and leadership of the Committee on Engineering Accreditation Activities (CEAA)"
Mini Shaji Thomas "for design and development of curriculum and laboratory facilities for professionals and students in the electric utility industry"
Dru Reynolds "for inspiring high school students through large-scale wireless robotics competitions"
Christine Cunningham "for increasing understanding of science and engineering, and developing interest in engineering careers through the Engineering is Elementary (EiE) program"
Vanessa Orlinoff Ford "for developing the Think Tank program to inspire the next generation of engineers and scientists"
Eldad Perahia "for contributions to professional standards education on IEEE Standard 802.11 through books, training, and tutorials"