Do you know a faculty member who has demonstrated excellence in teaching, research and service? Have they contributed significantly to the advancement of engineering? Recognize their achievements by nominating them for the Daniel Jankowski Legacy Award!
Submit your nomination by Monday, Jan. 30, 2023, to James Adams, Award Committee Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each nomination should be accompanied by a one- to two-page statement indicating why the nominee merits consideration, addressing their contributions in teaching, research and service. Please include a CV if possible.
A faculty committee selects award recipients among individuals who demonstrate sustained, exemplary performance over a significant period of time in:
- Research — scholarly publications, sponsored project support, master’s degree and doctoral students graduated.
- Teaching — quality undergraduate and graduate classroom instruction, commitment to students, educational program development.
- Service — academic committee participation, leadership benefiting the unit/school mission, activities that enrich the unit or school community and/or enhance public visibility.
Any current tenured Fulton Schools faculty member is eligible for the award, which includes a plaque and a cash award. The winner will be presented with a plaque and a stipend at an honorary luncheon in the spring semester.
The award was established in 2001 to honor the distinguished academic career of Daniel Jankowski, a professor for 40 years in the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences (now the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering).
Previous Daniel Jankowski Legacy Award recipients:
- Paul Westerhoff, 2021
- Michael Kozicki, 2019
- Bruce Rittmann, 2017
- Sandra Houston, 2015
- Dieter Schroder, 2013
- James Collofello, 2011
- James Adams, 2009
- Joseph Palais, 2007