The award “is presented in recognition of an outstanding teacher in both elementary and advanced courses, an understanding counselor of students who seek guidance in their choice of career, a contributor to the educational growth of his/her College, and a teacher whose scholarly integrity pervades his/her service to the University and the profession of Engineering.” Professor Michalak has brought three brand new courses into Civil and Environmental Engineering curriculum; all courses that she teaches were created and introduced by her. In addition, she has routinely received very high accolades from the students who have had the benefit of learning about geostatistics, uncertainty modeling and inverse problem solving in her courses. Professor Michalak will be presented the 1938E Award at the Faculty Honors and Awards Dinner Dance on Saturday, March 28, 2009.
Anna Michalak receives College of Engineering 1938E Award
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