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Faculty Memberships & Awards

National Academy of Engineering

Founded in 1964, the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) provides engineering leadership in service to the nation. The NAE operates under the same congressional act of incorporation that established the National Academy of Sciences, signed in 1863 by President Lincoln. Under this charter the NAE is directed "whenever called upon by any department or agency of the government, to investigate, examine, experiment, and report upon any subject of science or art."

  • 2013 - Eric Horvitz, Computer Science and Engineering
  • 2012 - Rico Malvar, Electrical Engineering
  • 2012 - David A. Stahl, Environmental Engineering
  • 2011 - Henry M. Levy, Computer Science and Engineering
  • 2010 - Dennis Lettenmaier, Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • 2009 - David Auth, Bioengineering
  • 2009 - Matthew O'Donnell, Bioengineering
  • 2007 - Leroy Hood, Genome Sciences, Immunology, and Bioengineering (former faculty)
  • 2007 - Leroy Hood, Computer Science and Engineering (former faculty)
  • 2006 - Susan Eggers, Computer Science and Engineering
  • 2005 - Allan S. Hoffman, Bioengineering
  • 2003 - Phil Bernstein, Computer Science and Engineering
  • 2003 - Burton Smith, Computer Science and Engineering
  • 2002 - Buddy D. Ratner, Bioengineering
  • 2001 - Joost A. Businger, Atmospheric Sciences and Geophysics
  • 2001 - Edward D. Lazowska, Computer Science and Engineering
  • 2000 - James B. Bassingthwaighte, Bioengineering
  • 1998 - John W. Cahn, Physics
  • 1996 - Akira Ishimaru, Electrical Engineering
  • 1994 - Dave Cutler, Computer Science and Engineering
  • 1994 - Bruce A. Finlayson, Chemical Engineering
  • 1993 - Irene C. Peden, Electrical Engineering
  • 1987 - Bishnu S. Atal, Computer Science and Engineering
  • 1986 - Albert S. Kobayashi, Mechanical Engineering
  • 1984 - Carver Mead, Computer Science and Engineering (former faculty)
  • 1976 - Abraham Hertzberg, Aeronautics and Astronautics (deceased)
  • 1972 - Albert L. Babb, Nuclear Engineering and Chemical Engineering
  • 1969 - Edward Wenk Jr., Civil Engineering
  • 1968 - Milo Bell, Bioengineering (deceased)