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Nominations are invited for the Daniel Jankowski Legacy Award to recognize a member of the faculty of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering whose combined contributions in teaching, research and service are deemed meritorious and have contributed significantly to the advancement of Fulton Engineering.

The award recipient will be selected by a faculty committee that will consider those individuals who have demonstrated sustained, exemplary performance in research (e.g., scholarly publications; sponsored project support; master’s and doctoral students graduated), teaching (e.g., quality undergraduate and graduate classroom instruction, commitment to students, educational program development), and service (e.g., academic committee participation; leadership benefiting the unit/school mission; activities that enrich the unit/school community and/or enhance public visibility) over a significant period of time.

The award was established in 2001 to honor the distinguished academic career of Professor Daniel Jankowski who was a professor for 40 years in the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences (now the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering). The award consists of a plaque and a stipend and will be presented during the Spring 2013 Engineering Convocation Ceremony. Any current tenured faculty in Fulton Engineering is eligible for the award.


Each nomination should be accompanied by a statement indicating why the nominee merits consideration. Nominations and/or inquiries should be addressed to:

Joseph Palais, Award Committee Member or 480-965-3757

Previous Daniel Jankowski Legacy Award recipients:

  • Joseph Palais, 2007
  • James Adams, 2009
  • James Collofello, 2011

Learn more about Daniel Jankowski and the Legacy Award at

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