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EECS 2014 Award Winners

Published on April 29th, 2014 by Maureen Altman

CONGRATULATIONS to the EECS 2014 award winners. The awards were presented at the 2014 EECS Graduation Banquet and Award Ceremony at Maceli’s on April 24

PAUL F. HUEBNER MEMORIAL AWARD 

The award is offered to teaching assistants who best exemplify the role of a teacher.  

Brian Cordell   Mehrdad Hajiarbabi  

RICHARD K. & WILMA S. MOORE THESIS AWARD

The award is given for the best M.S. thesis and Ph.D. dissertation.

Best PhD Dissertation:        Ehsan Hosseini

Best Thesis:                        Marianne Jantz

ELLERMEIER MEMORIAL AWARD

The award is open to any nontraditional engineering student who has demonstrated scholastic achievement at KU.

Amanda Hellberg

OUTSTANDING SENIOR ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS

This award is given to one graduating senior in each of the three academic areas within the department and is based on overall outstanding achievement.

Electrical Engineering:     Weizhi Shaun Chua

Computer Engineering:    Seth Polsley

Computer Science:          George Li

HARRY TALLEY EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING AWARD

This award, voted on by graduating seniors, is designed to recognize a professor in the department who has contributed significantly to undergraduate education and has developed a strong rapport with students both inside and outside of the classroom.  

Professor James Stiles