McGraw-Hill/Jacob Millman Award
NOTE:This award has not been given since 2004. Sponsorship by McGraw-Hill has not been secured for this year.
Description: To recognize an author of an exceptional textbook relating to the field of Electrical Engineering.
Prize: $1,000, travel expenses for recipient to attend presentation at Frontiers in Education Conference, complimentary conference registration.
Funding: NOTE:This award has not been given since 2004. Sponsorship by McGraw-Hill has not been secured for this year. Funded by McGraw-Hill, Inc. (Up to $1000 per year for award stipend and up to $1500 per year for expenses associated with the award, including travel to the conference). The IEEE Education Society will assume responsibility for all expenses in excess of the first $2500.
Eligibility: Must be principal author of textbook in the field of electrical engineering, computer engineering, or other field related to electrical engineering such as systems engineering or bioengineering.
Basis for Judging: Excellence in writing, impact of the textbook on electrical engineering education, and innovative pedagogical features of textbook.
Presentation: Annually, at Frontiers in Education Conference.
Nomination Instructions: Nominations must include a cover letter summarizing the nominee’s qualifications with respect to the selection criteria listed above, a proposed award citation of no more than 30 words, and a current biosketch or cv. Supporting letters may be included, but are not required. The total number of pages for a nomination package should not exceed 8 page with font size no smaller than 10 point. Nominations must be submitted (preferably electronically) no later than June 15 to:
Vice President, Education Society
Chair, Awards Committee