This award is given to a senior faculty member for excellence in teaching.

Prior to 2000, the Poole and Kent Teaching Award for Senior Faculty was known as the Outstanding Teaching Award for Senior Faculty.

Meet Our 2016 Recipient

Professor Jungho Kim is a faculty member in the Department of Mechanical Engineering.

Kim teaches undergraduate and graduate-level courses in heat transfer, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics and energy systems. Additionally, he teaches in the Clark School Keystone Program, which encourages the school’s best faculty to teach fundamental courses in order to increase student interest and retention rates. He serves as leader of the department's Thermal, Fluids and Energy Systems division.

In 2016, Kim also received the University System of Maryland Regent's Faculty Award for his contributions to teaching.

Past Recipients

2015: Amr Baz, Mechanical Engineering
2014: David Lovell, Civil and Environmental Engineering
2013: Teng Li, Mechanical Engineering 
2012: Christopher Davis, Electrical and Computer Engineering
2011: Rama Chellappa, Electrical and Computer Engineering
2010: Adrian Papamarcou, Electrical and Computer Engineering
2009: Kenneth Kiger and Peter Sandborn,  Mechanical Engineering  
2008: Sandra Greer,  Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
2007: Mikhail Anisimov, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
2006: M. Sherif Aggour,  Civil and Environmental Engineering  
2005:  K.J. Ray Liu,  Electrical and Computer Engineering  
2004:  Guangming Zhang,  Mechanical Engineering  
2003:  James Duncan,  Mechanical Engineering  
2002:  David Bigio,  Mechanical Engineering  
2001:  Nam Sun Wang,  Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering  
2000:  Charles Striffler,  Electrical and Computer Engineering  
1999:  William Walston,  Mechanical Engineering  
1998:  Anthony Vizzin,  Aerospace Engineering  
1997:  Richard Calabrese,  Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering  
1996:  Patrick Cunniff,  Mechanical Engineering  
1995:  John Anderson,  Aerospace Engineering  
1994:  William Destler,  Electrical and Computer Engineering  
1993:  Thomas Reagan,  Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering  
1992:  Daniel Garber,  Civil and Environmental Engineering  
1991:  James Dally,  Mechanical Engineering  
1990:  Gary Pertmer,  Nuclear Engineering  
1989:  David Holloway,  Mechanical Engineering  
1988:  Frank Munno,  Nuclear Engineering  
1987:  Isaak Mayergoyz,  Electrical and Computer Engineering  
1986:  Clifford Sayre,  Mechanical Engineering