Awards

ASEE Conference 2019

2019 Best Paper Award

James Burns, Bob E. White, and Azim Houshyar, “Integrating Ethics in Undergraduate Engineering Economy Courses: An Implementation Case Study and Future Directions,” (Western Michigan University)

2019 New Engineering Economy Educator Award

Ona Egbue (University of South Carolina, Upstate) received the award.

 

ASEE Conference 2018

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.

 

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 New Engineering Economy Educator Award

Ona Egbue (University of South Carolina Upstate) received the award

 

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

 

 

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 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.

 

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.

 

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.