Beth Holloway to receive ASEE Fellow status

Dr. Beth M. Holloway has been selected as a Fellow Member of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE).  Holloway is Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Education, Director of the Women in Engineering Program, and an Assistant Professor (by courtesy) in the School of Mechanical Engineering. She will be recognized nationally on June 28 at the ASSE Annual Awards Luncheon in Columbus, Ohio.

As stated on the organization's website, Fellow status is "one of unusual professional distinction" and is only bestowed upon "an ASEE member with outstanding and extraordinary qualifications."

Holloway was chosen after being considered through a rigorous nomination process that included at least five letters of reference, examples of her professional record and achievements, and ASSE-related and non-related activities. According to the ASEE, "the thorough review process enhances the high regard in which Fellow Membership in the Society is held."

Founded in 1893, the ASEE is a nonprofit organization committed to advancing education in engineering and engineering technology. The organization helps enhance professional opportunities for engineering faculty members and promotes activities that bolster increased student enrollment in college and university engineering programs.

"I am honored to be recognized as a Fellow of ASEE," Holloway said, "and to join such a respected group of thought leaders in engineering education."