Audrey Bowden has been selected to win one of two 2016 Stanford Phi Beta Kappa Teaching Awards.
The Phi Beta Kappa Teaching Prize recognizes not only excellence in teaching but also the ability to inspire personal and intellectual development beyond the classroom. This may include, but is not limited to, encouraging critical and analytical thinking, taking an active interest in students as individuals, and influencing the way students think about the world.
Every year, members of Phi Beta Kappa present an award to an outstanding member of the faculty. Nominations are accepted from members of the senior class. The winner is then selected by a committee of previous award winners and Phi Beta Kappa Council members.
Audrey was presented with the award at the Phi Beta Kappa Graduation Ceremony at the Bing Concert Hall on Friday, June 10th. She was also acknowledged at the Electrical Engineering Commencement on Sunday, June 12.
Additional Articles and Information:
- Audrey Bowden and Gennifer Smith design robust dipstick urinalysis test
- Professor Ellerbee's Students Receive Recognition
- Stanford's Phi Beta Kappa website