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September 30, 2012, Washington, DC
The 2012 Bernard M. Gordon Prize is awarded to Clive L. Dym, M. Mack Gilkeson, and J. Richard Phillips “for creating and disseminating innovations in undergraduate engineering design education to develop engineering leaders.”
The Harvey Mudd College Engineering program combines hands-on, experience-based learning, exemplified by its innovative Engineering Clinic, with formal design instruction in an approach aimed at creating engineering leaders.
The Engineering program, which also strongly emphasizes writing and presentations, continues to be innovative and has had a profound influence on other institutions and their curriculum.
The College’s curriculum also includes the opportunity to teach K-12 students and a leadership strategy course in which students meet highly successful businesspeople.