UCSB Mechanical Engineering Graduate Student Lily Li has been selected as one of the recipients of ASME's 2014-15 Graduate Teaching Fellowship.
ASME's Graduate Teaching Fellowship Program is a collaboration between ASME and mechanical engineering departments across the country, with the intent to encourage outstanding doctoral candidates in mechanical engineering education, particularly women and minorities. The $5,000 per year fellowships are supported by the ASME Foundation, and selected annually by the ASME Board of Education.
Mechanical Engineering Professor Kimberly Turner has been elected a fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers for her major contributions in the area of micro-electro-mechanical-systems, with additional recognition given for extensive service to her professional community. Professor Turner has served with ASME in numerous leadership roles for technical committees, in the organization of conferences, and has served as Chair of the ASME MEMS Division.