UDM Professors Awarded "Best Paper" in Industry-Leading Journal

Impact, Summer 2002 issue

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In May, UDM Electrical and Computer Engineering Professors Mark Paulik and Mohan Krishnan received the following letter:

Dear Profs. Paulik and Krishnan:

On behalf of the IEEE Education Society, I am pleased to notify you that Editor-in-Chief of the IEEE Transactions on Education, David A. Conner, has reported to me that the paper

M.J. Paulik and M. Krishnan, "A Competition-Motivated Capstone Design Course: The Result of a Fifteen-Year Evolution", IEEE Transactions on Education, Vol. 44, No. 1, February 2001, pp. 67-75 has been selected to receive the Best Transactions Paper Award for the year 2001.

Please accept my heartiest congratulations!

The basis for judging candidate papers is assessment of "Contributions to furthering the objectives of the IEEE Education Society as demonstrated by originality, quality, advancement of the art, and effectiveness of presentation in terms of clarity of exposition and coherence." Winners were selected by the Transactions' Associate Editors and a cross-section of IEEE Members.

The award is presented at the Frontiers in Education Conference, which will be held November 6-9, 2002, at The Boston Park Plaza Hotel in Boston, MA.

Marion Hagler, President
IEEE Education Society
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Mississippi State University
Mississippi State, MS 39762

The UDM community extends its congratulations to Professors Paulik and Krishnan for this distinguished honor. IEEE Transactions on Education is the international industry-leading journal on engineering education.


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