Mary Kenneth Keller Computer Science & Engineering Undergraduate Teaching Award
Mary Kenneth Keller, B.V.M., was a Roman Catholic religious sister and educator. In 1965, Keller was the first woman to receive a Ph.D. in Computer Science in the United States. She founded and then chaired the Computer Science department of Clarke College for almost 20 years. She played an active role in computer science education when it was still in its formative years in the United States and was an advocate for women in computer science.
 

Nomination Deadline:

Extended to 11 October 2020

A certificate and $2,000 honorarium are awarded for outstanding contributions to undergraduate education through teaching and service, and for helping to maintain interest in the field and make a statement about the importance with which the IEEE Computer Society views undergraduate education.

 


 

The award nomination requires a minimum of 3 endorsements.

Nomination Questions (pdf)  |  Open Nominations (pdf)

 


 

2020 Mary Kenneth Keller Computer Science & Engineering Undergraduate Teaching Award Subcommittee Chair

Deborah Silver, Rutgers University

 


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