Bucknell Professor Joe Tranquillo Honored for Outstanding Teaching
July 19, 2017, BY Matt Hughes
Professor Joe Tranquillo, biomedical and electrical engineering, has won the Theo Pilkington Outstanding Educator Award from the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), one of the organization's highest accolades. The Pilkington Award is conferred by ASEE's biomedical engineering division and honors significant contributions to biomedical engineering education as evidenced by successful undergraduate- or graduate-level programs, curricula and publications.
Tranquillo received the award in June at ASEE's annual meeting in Columbus, Ohio. At the same conference, Visiting Professor Elif Miskioglu, chemical engineering, won the best poster award in the chemical engineering category, and professsors Michael Prince and Margot Vigeant, chemical engineering, and Katharyn Nottis, education, won the Corcoran award for best paper in Chemical Engineering Education Journal.
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