Dr. Afef Fekih Receives 2022 Distinguished Professor Award
The UL Lafayette Foundation sponsors the annual awards, which are the highest recognition the University confers on faculty.
Dr. Afef Fekih holds the Harold Callais/BORSF Endowed Professorship in Electrical and Computer Engineering and the O'Krepi/BORSF Professorship in Telecommunications. She is director of the University's Advanced Control Systems Laboratory. Her research was featured by the Thomas Reuters Science Watch Essential Science Indicators. An inspiration to many with whom she works, Dr. Fekih's highly acclaimed research work continues to attract undergraduate and graduate students to electrical and computer engineering.
Congratulations Dr. Fekih!
Eminent Faculty Awards
Established in 1965, the Eminent Faculty Awards are the highest recognition the University confers on faculty.
Dr. Afef Fekih, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering-Distinguished Professor Award
(Read more about Dr. Fekih's 2022 Distinguished Professor Award.)
Dr. Terrence Chambers, Professor of Mechanical Engineering -Dr. Ray Authement Excellence in Teaching Award
(Read more about Dr. Chamber's 2021 Dr. Ray Authement Excellence in Teaching Award.)
Dr. Mark Zappi, Professor of Chemical Engineering -Distinguished Professor
(Read more about Dr. Zappi's 2020 Distinguished Professor Award.)
Dr. Daniel Gang, Professor of Civil Engineering -Distinguished Professor Award
(Read more about Dr. Gang's 2019 Distinguished Professor Award.)
Dr. Terrance Chambers, Professor of Mechanical Engineering -Leadership in Service Award
(Read more about Dr. Chamber's 2018 Leadership in Service Award)
Dr. Boyun Guo, Professor of Petroleum Engineering -Eminent Scholar
(Read more about Dr. Guo's 2017 Eminent Scholar Award)
- Dr. Daniel Gang, Professor of Civil Engineering -Eminent Scholar, Achievement in Innovation
- Dr. Yin Feng, College of Engineering -Eminent Scholar
- Dr. Terrance Chambers, Professor of Mechanical Engineering -Eminent Scholar
A Fellow of a scholarly society is someone who has been recognized as having made an important contribution to the goals of the society, through their research and service to the community.
Dr. Daniel Gang, Professor of Civil Engineering named fellow from the American Society of Civil Engineers.
(Read more about Dr. Gang's 2022 Fellow designation)