Lockette/Monroe Humanitarian Award

Deadline: November 1

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Description:

Given to an individual who is an ITEEA member and has promoted humanistic values while serving as a technology and engineering education professional on the national/international, state/province, or local level in one or more  of the following areas:
a) Developing social awareness,
b) Preserving democratic and/or human dignity processes, and/or
c) Maximizing the potential of individuals.

This award is presented at ITEEA's Annual Conference.

  • 2023 | James DeLaura & Michele Dischino
  • 2022 | Dr. Douglas Lecorchick, III
  • 2021 | Brian Lien & David D. Worley
  • 2020 | Scott A. Warner
  • 2019 | Dr. Laura J. Hummell
  • 2018 | Randy McGriff
  • 2017 | Joey Rider-Bertrand
  • 2016 | Ethan B. Lipton, Ph.D.
  • 2015 | Gary L. Wynn
  • 2014 | Paul E. Post
  • 2013 | Dr. Thomas D'Apolito
  • 2012 | William L. Havice, Ph.D., DTE
  • 2011 | Dr. Thomas Loveland, DTE
  • 2010 | Richard Seymour
  • 2009 | Dr. John M. Ritz
  • 2008 | John L. Iley, Ph.D.
  • 2007 | Ben K. Yates
  • 2006 | David H. Devier
  • 2005 | Richard Peterson
  • 2004 | Bernard Singer
  • 2003 | Jeffrey Lintz
  • 2002 | Steven W. Moorhead
  • 2001 | Michael J. Williams

2000 and Earlier

  • LaVerne Young-Hawkins
  • W. Rollin Williams, III
  • Emerson Wiens
  • Arvid Van Dyke
  • Douglas L. Polette
  • W. A. Mayfield, DTE
  • Franzie L. Loepp, DTE
  • Charles J. Beatty
  • E. Allen Bame
  • Myron Bender
  • James L. Boone, Jr.
  • Ming H. Land
  • James E. LaPorte
  • John Monroe
  • Michael Ryan Scott
  • Donald F. Smith