IEEE William E. Sayle II Award for Achievement in Education

To recognize significant contributions over a period of years in the fields of interest to the IEEE Education Society.

Prize:
Plaque and Certificate; paid registration to the Frontiers in Education (FIE) Conference.
Funding:
IEEE Education Society
Presentation:
Annually, at Frontiers in Education Conference unless other arrangement are made with the Awards Committee Chair
Basis for Judging:
Quality of contributions
Eligibility:
Must be a member of the IEEE Education Society
Nomination Details:

Nomination Deadline: 7 June 


Nomination Process

 

Recipients

Rosanna Chan

For contributions to the field of learning technologies for special education needs.

Barbara Oakley

For visionary outreach in making STEM education more attainable for millions of students worldwide

Manuel Castro

For developing new services and structure inside the IEEE Education Society and promoting worldwide technology-enhanced and blended education in engineering

Mark Allen Weiss

For contributions to the advancement of Computer Science education through his books and curricular innovations that have enhanced student learning for both high school and college students

Joseph L.A. Hughes

Susan M. Lord

For contributions to educational pedagogy, diversity, and leadership in engineering education

Marco Winzker

For continuously introducing project-based learning into the engineering curriculum and promoting professional development of the faculty

Karen Panetta

Theodore Rappaport