Clark School of Engineering faculty, alumni, students, and staff are regularly recognized for their outstanding service, research, teaching, and creativity.
Our faculty are not only well-known among their campus colleagues and students for the quality of their research and teaching, they also have received national recognition from numerous organizations.
2016 White House ceremony where President Barack Obama awarded Dr. Anya Jones a Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE).Learn more
Our Clark School faculty, staff, and alumni are regularly recognized through the school, from the university, across organizations, and by the nation for their exceptional service, research, teaching, and creativity.
Dr. Mary Bowden receiving the Clark School's Faculty Service Award.Learn More
The annual Engineering Honors & Awards Ceremony honors undergraduate students for excellence in academics, leadership, and service.
Members of the Department of Aerospace Engineering's Women in Aeronautics and Astronautics (WIAA) receiving the Clark School's Women in Engineering Service Award.Learn more
Members of the Innovation Hall of Fame, who may be alumni, faculty, and others closely linked with the Clark School, have made a positive impact on society by creating a working product, system or design, or by producing a comprehensive body of technical work that has advanced the understanding of the engineering profession.
2021 IHOF inductee José Reyes was honored for co-designing the first small modular nuclear reactor to receive United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission Design Approval.Learn more