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Reid to receive IEEE award

Ken Reid, Ph.D., program director of engineering education, has been selected to receive the 2012 IEEE-USA Professional Achievement Award for "pioneering undergraduate curriculum to train K-12 STEM educators."  The award is based on the creation of the bachelor's degree program in engineering education.  Graduates of this program receive a degree in engineering and are licensed to team AYA (Adult / Young Adolescent) high school mathematics.  

Reid is a long-time member of the IEEE-USA STEM Literacy Committee (formerly the Precollege Education Committee) and is active on the board of directors of the Technology Student Association (TSA).   Reid will receive the award at the IEEE-USA awards ceremony in August 2013.