Awards and recognition

Awards and recognition given to and available to win by Fulton Schools faculty and staff.

Spotlight on Teaching and Learning

Spotlight on Teaching and Learning: Academic Innovator Steve Millman’s logic tutor and flipped classes

Steve Millman, a professor of practice in the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering, programmed his own software for his CSE/EEE 120 Digital Design Fundamentals class that randomly generates practice problems and gives students instant feedback. Steve also flipped his courses so students watch lecture videos before coming to class and he now spends class time on hands-on activities and group quizzes.

Pathikonda named emerging leader in measurement science and technology

Gokul Pathikonda, an assistant professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering in the Fulton Schools, has been named an Emerging Leader by the Measurement Science and Technology journal. The journal publishes research articles on measurement techniques and instrumentation that advance measurement science. 

2022 Teaching Excellence and Top 5% Awards

Quality and innovative instruction are top priorities of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering. We recognize excellence in instruction by awarding an annual Teaching Excellence Award and through selection to our Top 5% Teachers List. Student nominations and feedback are reviewed by a faculty committee in determining these honors. This year’s recipient of the…

Subbarao Kambhampati poses with a robot

Distinguished career earns Kambhampati alumnus award

Subbarao Kambhampati, a professor of computer science in Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University, was recently recognized with a Distinguished Alumnus Award from the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras. 

Structural dynamics modeling earns Mignolet award

Structures of all types are subject to dynamic loads that affect them and potentially alter their integrity. The field of structural dynamics is concerned with predicting and discovering how physical structures behave under such applied loads. Finite element modeling is often used for these tasks. It is a computational process in which a structure is…

Professor to help lead community health organization

Fulton Schools Professor Deirdre Meldrum is the new chair of the Health First Foundation Northern Arizona board of directors. The board is responsible for advancing the foundation’s mission, stewarding gifts and assets, and developing strategic priorities. The organization seeks to help people with unmet health needs in the region’s communities. Read more.