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Awards & Recognition
The Integrated Teaching and Learning Program is a nationally-recognized engineering education leader.
• Bernard M. Gordon Prize for Innovation in Engineering and Technology Education, National Academy of Engineering, 2008.
• Chase Faculty Community Service Award to Jacquelyn F. Sullivan, 2010
• Diversity Service Recognition Award CU-Boulder Chancellor’s Advisory Committee on Minority Affairs, 2006.
• Recognition Award from the Corporate and Foundation Alliance (CFA), 2000.
• Program of Excellence, Colorado Commission on Higher Education, 1998.
• Finalist, Boeing’s Outstanding Educator Award, 1996 and 1997.
• The Daily Journal of Construction Management Report’s, Best of 1997 Award.
• In the National Academy of Engineering book, Educating the Engineer of 2020: Adapting Engineering Education to the New Century, three ITL Program initiatives are featured as exemplars: the K-12 TeachEngineering digital library; retention of students who take the First-Year Engineering Projects (GEEN 1400) course; and the Invention and Innovation (GEEN 3400) course for preparing students with the skills for rapid technological change.
• “One of the finer teaching environments on the planet,” HP Engineering Educator Newsletter, Fall 1997.
• Center for the Advancement of Scholarship on Engineering Education (CASEE) Member, National Academy of Engineering. Invited for this affiliation in recognition of our six-year GEEN 1400 retention study and our TeachEngineering K-12 engineering curricula initiative.