March 18, 2020
RESTON, VA., MARCH 18, 2020 – Outstanding technology and engineering educators and students were honored by the International Technology and Engineering Educators Association (ITEEA) at its 82nd Annual Conference held March 11-13, 2020 in Baltimore, MD.
ITEEA bestowed the Distinguished Technology and Engineering Professional designation on six individuals. The DTE designation is a coveted mark of distinction in technology and engineering education and recognizes educators who have demonstrated a high level of competence and conscientiousness in the field. Recipients included Barbara Dunham, Kuen-Yi Lin, Steve Parrott, Michael Sundblad, Daniel Trent, and Geoffrey Wright.
Also awarded were Special Recognition Awards to the following individuals:
Additionally, four individuals received the distinction of “Emerging Leader,” which recognizes technology, innovation, design, and engineering educators who have demonstrated a high level of competence and professional activity in the field of technology and engineering education. 2020 recipients included Jason Palo, Joanna Papadopoulos, Bryanne Peterson, and Trevor P. Robinson.
This year was the inaugural recognition for ITEEA STEM Schools of Excellence. The following schools were recognized:
Also new in 2020 was the presentation of awards to ITEEA’s REACH Challenge winners:
Forty five classroom educators and 29 programs from at the elementary, middle, and high school levels received ITEEA’s Teacher Excellence Award and Program Excellence Award, the most prestigious awards given in recognition of Technology and Engineering Education Teachers and Programs. See a complete list of Program and Teacher Excellence winners below.
2020 PROGRAM EXCELLENCE WINNERS:
2020 TEACHER EXCELLENCE WINNERS:
Through its Foundation for Technology and Engineering Education, ITEEA recognized students at the graduate and undergraduate levels with scholarships and grants to further their educational pursuits.
TEECA COMPETITIVE EVENTS RESULTS:
TEECA Outstanding Chapter: Purdue University
TEECA Outstanding Student: Daphne Fauber, Purdue
TEECA Outstanding Advisor: Geoff Wright, Brigham Young University
ITEEA President, Dr. Philip A. Reed, DTE, shared, “The award winners exhibit so many high-quality programs and activities occurring globally in technology and engineering education! It is inspiring to learn from these leaders, and we should all feel proud to be connected with these colleagues.”
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ITEEA will hold it's 83rd Annual Conference in Denver, CO on March 24-27, 2021.
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