Ann Brady, Linda Phillips, Karina Jousma Receive Award from the American Society for Engineering Education

Ann Brady, scientific and technical communication/arts (STC/A) program director and assistant professor, received an early career/best paper award from the American Society for Engineering Education for “Interdisciplinary International Senior Design: How Service Learning Projects in Developing Countries Support ABET Accreditation,” in the environmental engineering division.

The award, given June 26 on the moonlit beaches of Waikiki, was accepted by co-authors Linda Phillips, international senior design director and lecturer in civil and environmental engineering, and undergraduate Karina Jousma (STC), who presented the paper during the society’s annual conference in Honolulu.

“I am deeply honored to receive an award from an engineering society,” said Brady. “It demonstrates the power of interdisciplinary and student-professor working relationships.”



Joan Chadde Receives $125,000 from the Kinship Foundation

Joan Chadde and the Center for Science and Environmental Outreach received $125,000 over five years from the Kinship Foundation to continue the outdoor science and environmental educational field trip program, which serves K-8 students in 19 school districts in a five-county area of the western Upper Peninsula. Last year, more than 3,000 students participated in 73 field trips led by the center’s staff.