Christopher Yakacki, assistant professor, has been named the 2015 campus winner for the Faculty Excellence in Research and Creative Activities award. He will be honored at a ceremony on September 18. The awards are special not just because they recognize outstanding performance in our core areas as a university, but also because they are ultimately recognition of this exemplary work by faculty peers. Recipients are chosen by selection committees comprising previous award winners. Congratulations, Chris! Read the entire announcement from Provost Nairn.
Christopher Yakacki, assistant professor of mechanical engineering, has been selected as the 2015 recipient of the College of Engineering and Applied Science Outstanding Faculty in Research Award. The award, which includes a cash prize and a commemorative plaque, will be presented to Chris at the 2015 Year End Celebration on May 15.
He is also in the running for the campuswide Annual Award for Excellence in Research/Creative Activities.
Congratulations again, and best of luck with the campus-level award.