Dimitriy Garmatyuk receives IEEE award
Dr. Garmatyuk recently received the 2014 IEEE C. Holmes MacDonald Outstanding Teaching Award.
This award “recognizes the central and crucial role of college professors in training and motivating future electrical and computer engineers.” It is given by the IEEE Educational Activities Board and Board of Governors of IEEE-Eta Kappa Nu.
IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) is the world’s largest professional association dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity.
NEF Gen is heading to Miami University for a 2015 Engineers Week event. NEF Generation (a branch of National Engineering Forum specifically targeting the next generation of engineers) is partnering with the Lockheed Martin Leadership Institute students at Miami University to host an innovation challenge.
Start the Trend: The Change Begins With You is a brand new one-day event on February 21, 2015 designed to get student teams involved in developing ideas that will effect real change in the engineering culture. Teams of 3-5 will either focus on women and diversity in engineering or engagement and retention of college-aged students in engineering. Students at Miami University from all majors are invited to participate.
Engineers Week continues to be a success every year and we hope that this challenge will foster more innovation and creativity than ever before!
For more information about "Start the Trend" challenge, contact: Abria Marshall, firstname.lastname@example.org.