The EED is proud of the accomplishments of our members and authors. Each year at the ASEE annual meeting the EED select a small number of papers submitted for special recognition.
ASEE Conference 2023
- 2023 Annual Meeting Best Paper Award: “Student Self-Assessment: A Method to Improve Students’ Engagement” by Robert A. Baffour, Nathaniel Hunsu, Adel W. Al Weshah, Eliza A. Banu, Barbara Norton McCord, and Marguerite Carol Brickman.
- 2022 Eugene L. Grant Award: The winner of the 2022 Grant Award is the paper “Optimizing the Flexible Design of Hybrid Renewable Energy Systems”, The Engineering Economist, volume 67, number 1, pages 25-51, by Ramin Giahi, Cameron A. MacKenzie and Chao Hu
ASEE Conference 2022
- 2022 Annual Meeting Best Paper Award: “Annuities as a Good Course Example” by Lewis, N., & Eschenbach, T. https://strategy.asee.org/41329
- 2022 National Engineering Economy Teaching Excellence Award (NEETEA): Jerome Lavelle, Wilson College of Textiles at North Carolina State University received the award.
- 2021 Eugene L. Grant Award:2021 Award: The winner of the 2021 Grant Award is the paper “The Levelized Cost of Energy and Regulatory Uncertainty in Plant Lifetimes”, by David C.
Rode and Paul S. Fischbeck.
ASEE Conference 2021
- 2020 Eugene L. Grant Award: “An engineering economy concept inventory.” The Engineering Economist 65, no. 3 (2020): 179-194 by Bursic, Karen M.
ASEE Conference 2020
- 2020 Best Paper Award: “Development of an Open Textbook for Engineering Economics”, Mr. Bradley James Schmid, (University of Saskatchewan), Brad Schmid is an assistant professor in Civil, Geological, and Environmental Engineering at the University of Saskatchewan.
- 2019 Eugene L. Grant Award: The Socioeconomic Feasibility of Greening Rail Stations: A Case Study in Lisbon, The Engineering Economist, volume 64, number 2, pages 167-190, by Cristina Matos Silva, Joana Serro, Patricia Dinis Ferreira, and Ines Teotonio.
- 2020 National Engineering Economy Teaching Excellence Award: Dr. Wolter Fabrycky
ASEE Conference 2019
- 2019 Best Paper Award: Lester Raymond Smith and Henry Lester for their paper titled “Instructor and Student Perceptions of the Authorized, Self-prepared Reference Sheet for Examinations,”
- 2018 Eugene L. Grant Award: James Rutherford Cuthbert, “Partitioning Transaction Vectors into Pure Investments”, The Engineering Economist, volume 63, number 2, pages 143-152
ASEE Conference 2018
- 2018 Best Paper Award: “Integrating Ethics in Undergraduate Engineering Economy Courses: An Implementation Case Study and Future Directions.” James Burns (Purdue Polytechnic Institute), Bob White, and Azim Houshyar (Western Michigan University)
- 2018 National Engineering Economy Teaching Excellence Award: William Sullivan (Virginia Polytechnic and State University – Professor Emeritus) received the award at an ASEE Award luncheon and was also recognized at the joint division dinner.
- 2017 Eugene L Grant Award: “A general model to compute activity-based waste disposal costs for health care products“ Peter T. Vanberkel (Dalhousie University) and Saeideh Y. Moayed
- 2018 New Engineering Economy Educator Award: Ona Egbue (University of South Carolina Upstate) received the award
ASEE Conference 2017
- 2017 Best Paper Award: “Work In Progress – An Engineering Economy Concept Inventory” Karen M. Bursic, (University of Pittsburgh)
- 2017 New Engineering Economy Educator Award: Jim Burns (Purdue Polytechnic Institute) received the award.
ASEE Conference 2016
- 2016 Best Paper Award: “A Design-Based Research Approach to Refining Pedagogy in Engineering Economics Online Learning,“ Kellie Grasman (Missouri University of Science and Technology), Dan Cernusca (North Dakota State University)
- 2016 New Engineering Economy Educator Award: Paulina Sidwell (McClennan Community College) and Paul Lynch (Penn State – Behrend) were the two awardees.
- 2016 National Engineering Economy Teaching Excellence Award: Ted Eschenbach received the award at an ASEE Award luncheon on Monday, and was also recognized at the joint division dinner on Tuesday.
- 2015 Eugene L Grant Award: “A Closed-Form, After-Tax, Net Present Value Solution to the Mortgage Refinancing Decision,” Richard A. Followill (University of Northern Iowa) and Brett C. Olson (University of Northern Iowa) Volume 60, Number 3, The Engineering Economist.