July 29, 2022
EPP Professors Receive 2022 Engineering Faculty Awards
Engineering and Public Policy professors Lorrie Cranor, Baruch Fischhoff, and Deanna Matthews were each selected as 2022 Engineering Faculty Award recipients.
Lorrie Cranor, FORE Systems Professor in Engineering & Public Policy and the School of Computer Science, was awarded the Distinguished Professor of Engineering Award. This award is given to a faculty member within the College of Engineering in recognition of exceptional achievements that have enhanced the reputation of the college. Cranor's award marks the third consecutive Distinguished Professor of Engineering Award given to a faculty member in EPP, with Allen Robinson recieving the award in 2020 and Granger Morgan recieving the award in 2018.
Baruch Fischhoff, Howard Heinz University Professor in the Institute for Politics and Strategy and Engineering & Public Policy, was awarded the Outstanding Mentoring Award. The Outstanding Mentoring Award is given to a faculty member in recognition of excellence in mentoring of graduate students and/or junior faculty.
Deanna Matthews, Associate Department Head for Undergraduate Affairs and Teaching Professor in Engineering and Public Policy, was awarded the Outstanding Service Award. The Outstanding Service Awardis made to a faculty member in the College of Engineering in recognition of excellence in service to the College of Engineering and/or its units