James Franklin Sharp Outstanding Teaching Award in Industrial Engineering
This award is available for faculty members of the Department of Industrial & Enterprise Systems Engineering who demonstrate undergraduate teaching excellence in industrial engineering.
The Sharp Outstanding Teaching Award in Industrial Engineering was endowed by a philanthropic gift from Dr. James Franklin Sharp of New York, New York (originally from Chester, Illinois). Dr. Sharp received a BSIE from the University of Illinois in 1959 and a Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering from Purdue University. After faculty positions at Rutgers and NYU, and a management position at AT&T, he founded SHARP SEMINARS in New York, which became a leading provider of training for the three-year series of Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA®) Exams.
Past Recipients of the Award
Associate Professor Liming Feng
Teaching Assistant Professor Doug King
|2020||Teaching Assistant Professor Chrysafis Vogiatzis|
|2019||Assistant Professor Jugal Garg|
|2018||Assistant Professor Karthik Chandrasekaran|
|2017||Associate Professor R. S. Sreenivas|
|2016||Assistant Professor Alexandra Chronopoulou|
|2015||Associate Professor Carolyn Beck|
|2014||Associate Professor Dusan Stipanovic|
|2013||Associate Professor Harrison Kim|
|2012||Associate Professor R. S. Sreenivas|
|2011||Assistant Professor Liming Feng|