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CEE students receive UM-ASEE Award

Two CEE students receive UM-ASEE Outstanding Student Instructor Award. | Short Read

The University of Michigan chapter of the American Society for Engineering Education (UM-ASEE) has selected Jeremy Guest (advisor: Nancy Love) and Ravi Ranade (advisor: Victor Li) as recipients of the 2008-2009 award. Ravi Ranade was a GSI for CEE 351 in Fall Term 2008, and Jeremy Guest was a GSI for ENG 100 in Winter Term 2009. Each year UM-ASEE, in conjunction with the College of Engineering, recognizes student instructors who have shown excellence in teaching during the past academic year. This year, UM-ASEE gave five awards of $500 per award. The award presentation ceremony was held on April 22, 2009. Nominations originate from a faculty member who is familiar with the nominees’ teaching abilities, or from students who have taken a course from the nominee during the current academic year. Award recipients have demonstrated (1) exceptional ability and creativity as teachers; (2) a thorough understanding of the field in which they are teaching; and (3) a dedication to the welfare of their students.

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Jeremy Guest
Ravi Ranade
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Sensor technology aims to help US cities extend the life of aging pipelines

Transformative pilot project in Detroit could help cities across U.S. deal with overdue pipeline upgrades. | Medium Read