The Penn Alumni Faculty Award of Merit recognizes a faculty member who has made outstanding contributions to alumni education and engagement at Penn by sharing his/her unique scholarship work with the alumni community. Special emphasis is placed on a faculty member who goes above and beyond the call of duty by engaging alumni with the University as their intellectual home and educate the faculty community about available alumni engagement opportunities and benefits of their participating.
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Honors & Other Things
February 24, 2015, Volume 61, No. 24
Daniel Lee: Faculty Award of Merit
Daniel D. Lee, the Evan C Thompson Term Chair, Raymond S. Markowitz Faculty Fellow, and professor in the School of Engineering & Applied Sciences, has been named the recipient of the Faculty Award of Merit presented by Penn Alumni. This annual award was established by Penn Alumni Relations and the Office of the Provost to recognize faculty members who have made an outstanding contribution to alumni education and engagement at Penn by sharing their unique scholarship work with the alumni community. Dr. Lee was nominated by alumni and fellow colleagues for his dedication to engaging Penn Engineering alumni and the larger Penn alumni community with the University as their intellectual home.
The award will be presented on February 27 at the Penn Alumni Volunteer Leadership Retreat Dinner.