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College Faculty Recognized for Teaching, Research

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Lindsay Lewis

Dean Joseph Tedesco recognized UH Cullen College of Engineering faculty members for outstanding teaching and research during the 2010-2011 academic year at the college's Spring Faculty/Staff Meeting May 3.

Demetre Economou, professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering, received the W.T. Kittinger Teaching Excellence Award, the college's most prestigious teaching honor. Betty Barr, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering, received the Career Teaching Award for excellence in teaching and service to students over her 40-year career at the Cullen College.

Outstanding teaching assistant awards were given to Andrea Viacaba from the Department of Industrial Engineering and Ali Keyvani from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

Stanko Brankovic and Yuhua Chen in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering were also recognized for their promotions to associate professor with tenure.

College Awards
Economou Barr
Demetre Economou
W.T. Kittinger Teaching Excellence Award
Betty Barr
Career Teaching Award
Outstanding Teaching Awards
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E. Joe Charlson
Outstanding Professor
Mina Dawood
Outstanding Professor
May Feng
Outstanding Professor
Raymond Flumerfelt
Outstanding Professor
Keith Hollingsworth
Outstanding Professor
Outstanding Lecturer Awards
Mohammadpour Diana de la Rosa-Pohl
Javad Mohammadpour
Outstanding Lecturer
Diana de la Rosa-Pohl
Outstanding Lecturer
Research Awards
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Dmitri Litvinov
Senior Faculty Research Award
May Feng
Junior Faculty Research Award

 

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