View the 2012 IEEE Educational Activities Board (EAB) Award recipients and their contributions to engineering education, professional development, and accreditation.
Kenneth F. Cooper for exceptional leadership in accreditation processes and for continued enhancement of engineering education programs.
Margaretha A. K. Eriksson for exceptional leadership in organizing and delivering practical leadership and management training to young entrepreneurs, IEEE students, and GOLD members.
Gangbing Song for excellence in informal education through innovative interactive exhibits that benefit the public.
Douglas W. Jacobson for creating innovative materials that support teaching of Information Technology and Information Assurance to students of all ages.
Sérgio Oliveira Ramos for promoting the active involvement of students in science, technology, and engineering and motivating them to pursue technical careers.
Meg Strnat for outstanding and innovative contributions to STEM education that inspire elementary school students.
Kapil Dandekar and Saurabh Sinha for spearheading the incorporation of the Engineering Projects in Community Service program (EPICS) in IEEE's educational activities and expanding the program globally.
Northrop Grumman Electronic Systems for longstanding and continued support of its employees' professional development.