View the 2014 IEEE Educational Activities Board (EAB) Award recipients and their contributions to engineering education, professional development, and accreditation.
Changzhi Li "for exemplary works on biomedical radar devices and dedication to the IEEE local section and Microwave Theory and Techniques Society"
Dmitriy Garmatyuk "for outstanding teaching performance, demonstrating exemplary ability in conveying understanding of complex material to his students while also stimulating deep interest in the subject matter"
Hermann W. Dommel "for technical attainments and contributions to society through outstanding leadership in the profession of Electrical and Computer Engineering"
Ray Kurzweil "for technical attainments and contributions to society through outstanding leadership in the profession of Electrical and Computer Engineering"
Chandrabhan Sharma "for leadership in the establishment of the Caribbean Accreditation Council for Engineering and Technology (CACET) in 15 countries in Region 9"
VK Damodaran and Ranjit Nair "for contributions to the design and delivery of faculty training modules that improve the quality of educational instruction and student learning"
Fernando Guarin "for dedication to bringing the excitement of electronics engineering to high school students"
John Booske "for leadership in developing, implementing and promoting student-centered active learning methodologies"
Kristen Bedell "for leadership in the promotion of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics education at the primary school level to increase diversity and enrich student learning"
Southern Company "for long-term commitment to innovative and diverse professional development"
IEEE Information Theory Society "for leadership in educating and mentoring the future generation of the information theory community"