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“Cornell Engineering Alumni Association’s (CEAA) Academic Achievement award”

Thursday, March 24, 2011

Cornell ECE Senior Lecturer Bruce Land has been chosen as a recipient of the Cornell Engineering Alumni Association's (CEAA) Academic Achievement Award for his "extraordinary service and dedication to the students in the College of Engineering".

Bruce R. Land is currently a Senior Lecturer in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, where he does undergraduate and graduate teaching in the areas of microcontrollers and bioinstrumentation, and advising of Masters of Engineering students. Bruce has contributed significantly to the undergraduate education of ECE students through (1) encouraging and coaching his students to publish their work; (2) undergraduate project advising; (3) team project advising; and (4) freshman advising.

Bruce will receive the award at a luncheon on April 14th.

The Cornell Engineering Alumni Association established the Academic Achievement Award to recognize non-tenure staff/lecturers who go well beyond their job duties for advising, teaching and general help to students and who enhance undergraduate education outside of the classroom.Department Chairs nominate individuals for this award and the final selection is made by the office of the Associate Dean for Engineering Undergraduate Programs. To learn more about CEAA, please visit:

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