Bernard M. Gordon Prize for Innovation in Engineering and Technology Education

Recipients
  • 2019 RECIPIENT
    Dr. Joseph M. Le Doux
    Georgia Tech and Emory University
    For fusing problem-driven engineering education with learning science principles to create a pioneering program that develops leaders in biomedical engineering.
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  • 2019 RECIPIENT
    Dr. Paul J. Benkeser
    Georgia Tech and Emory University
    For fusing problem-driven engineering education with learning science principles to create a pioneering program that develops leaders in biomedical engineering.
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  • 2019 RECIPIENT
    For fusing problem-driven engineering education with learning science principles to create a pioneering program that develops leaders in biomedical engineering.
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Acceptance Remarks
At-a-Glance
Inaugurated in 2001 by the National Academy of Engineering (NAE), the intent of the Gordon Prize is to recognize new modalities and experiments in education that develop effective engineering leaders.
Key Contacts

description for gordon medal revised 2010The focus is on innovations such as curricular design, teaching methods, and technology-enabled learning that strengthen students' capabilities and desire to grow into leadership roles.

The Gordon Prize is presented annually*, and the recipient receives a $500,000 cash award, half granted to the recipient and the remainder granted to the recipient's institution to support the continued development, refinement, and dissemination of the recognized innovation. NAE members and non-members who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents of the U.S., and who currently are and have been substantially engaged in their engineering and scholastic work in institutions within the U.S. are eligible for the Gordon Prize.
 

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