Past recipients for Computer Science &

Engineering Undergraduate Teaching Award

2014 Elizabeth Gerber For her paradigm shifting extracurricular design initiative that fosters interdisciplinary collaboration and learning.
2013 Robert J. Fornaro For outstanding teaching and mentoring of undergraduate students in award-winning engineering projects.
2012 Mark Guzdial For outstanding and sustained excellence in computing education through innovative teaching, mentoring, inventive course development, and knowledge dissemination.
2011 Benjamin Hescott For making computer science accessible to a broad spectrum of students through his energy, enthusiasm, and dedication to teaching.
2009 Judy Robertson For outstanding contributions to the undergraduate education through teaching and the innovative use of pioneering technologies in teaching.
2008 Elizabeth L. Burd For outstanding contributions to the undergraduate education through teaching and the organization of programs to promote excellence in undergraduate teaching.
2007 Darrin M. Hanna For outstanding contributions to the undergraduate education through both teaching and service and for helping maintain interest in undergraduate education in Computer Science and Engineering.
2003 Sally A. Fincher For sustained contributions to undergraduate computer science through rigorous examination of teaching effectiveness and fostering and promoting research in computer science education.
2002 Alan Clements For teaching excellence reflected on textbooks with major impact on computer architecture education and for leadership in the CS International Design Competition, focusing international attention on undergraduate computer systems design.
2001 David G. Meyer For improving design education at the undergraduate level through course and curriculum development and through innovative research in and application of educational delivery technology.
2001 Steven S. Skiena For outstanding contributions to undergraduate education in the areas of algorithms and discrete mathematics and for influential textbook and software.
1999 Timothy J. Long For innovative work in the content and pedagogy of introductory computer science education, linking research advances in software engineering with educational delivery of the material taught in the introductory courses.
1999 Bruce W. Weide For innovative work in the content and pedagogy of introductory computer science education, linking research advances in software engineering with educational delivery of the material taught in the introductory courses.
1999 Joseph L. Zackary For outstanding and sustained contributions to undergraduate computational science and education, including writing innovative textbooks, developing innovative on-line educational materials, and teaching an exemplary introductory scientific programming class.