ASEE's Frederick Emmons Terman Award
The Frederick Emmons Terman Award, which was established in 1969, is awarded by the Electrical and Computer Engineering Division of the American Association of Engineering Education (ASEE). The Terman Award is bestowed annually upon an outstanding young electrical/computer engineering educator in recognition of the educator's contributions to the profession.
- Be a principal author of an electrical/computer engineering textbook, or other copyrighted electrical/computer engineering curriculum materials, which have been: published/disseminated prior to June 1 in the year the author becomes 40 years of age, and recognized by peers to be outstanding for its original contribution to the field.
- Be additionally recognized for achievements in teaching, research, guidance of students and related activities.
- Be an electrical/computer engineering educator under 45 years of age on June 1 of the year in which the award selection is made.
- Be a full-time member of a college faculty and actively engaged in teaching in the United States or Canada at the time that the award winner is selected.