Paul Anderson Receives the James W. Dally Prize for Outstanding Instructional Support
Paul M. Anderson has been selected to receive the 2016 James W. Dally Prize for Outstanding Instructional Support. He was recognized for his excellent contributions as Teaching Assistant for ENES 221 Dynamics and ENES 232 Thermodynamics.
The Dally Prize was established to recognize an outstanding Teaching Assistant (graduate student) and/or Teaching Fellow (undergraduate student) who provided exemplary instructional support for the Keystone Program in the Clark School.
Paul is a Ph.D. student in Mechanical Engineering. He is advised by Peter Sunderland.
Published April 20, 2016