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IEEE Fellow (2005)
Everitt Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, 1996
College of Engineering Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, 1999
College of Engineering and Anderson Consulting Outstanding Advising Award, 2000
List of teachers ranked excellent by their students: Fall 1984; Spring 1985; Spring 1987; Fall 1987; Spring 1988; Fall 1988; Spring 1989; Spring 1994; Fall 1994; Spring 1995; Fall 1995; Spring 1997; Spring 1999; Fall 1999; Spring 2000; Fall 2000; Spring 2001; Fall 2001; Spring 2002; Spring 2003; Spring 2004; Fall 2004; Spring 2005; Fall 2005; Spring 2006; Fall 2006; Spring 2007; Spring 2008; Fall 2008; Spring 2009; Fall 2009; Spring 2010; Fall 2010; Spring 2011; Fall 2011; Spring 1012; Fall 2012; Spring 2013; Fall 2013; Spring 2014; Fall 2014; Spring 2015; Fall 2015; Spring 2016; Spring 2017.
College of Engineering Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, 2009.
NASA Goddard Group Achievement Award for the 1998 Coqui II Sounding Rocket Campaign, 1999
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