|Honors, Awards, and Accomplishments|
LITEE was selected as a CASEE (Center for the Advancement of Scholarship on Engineering Education) Implementation Network Affiliate by the National Academy of Engineering (NAE, 2003).
Premier Award Finalist for In hot Water Case Study. (2001)
Finalist for Premier Award for Excellence in Engineering Education Courseware, "In Hot Water: Vogtle Cooling Tower Case Study." from NEEDS and John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2001 (Cochran, Raju & Sankar).
Recognized by Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) as Sam Walton Fellows for enhancing the education of K-12 students, 2001.
Best paper selection, 1999 South East Case Research Association Conference.
Curriculum Innovation Award from the American Society for Mechanical Engineers for integrating theory, design, and practice in a Mechanical Engineering Design course, 1999.
Premier Award for Della Case Study (1998)
Premier Award for Excellence in Engineering Education Courseware for presenting an engaging, real-life engineering case study requiring active participation and teamwork by engineering students, from NEEDS and John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1998.
Thomas C. Evans Instructional Unit Award for furthering the goals of engineering education from the American Society for Engineering Education, 1997.
Winner of the 1997 American Society for Engineering Education Instructional Unit Award Competition
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