“Robert Thomas receives 2005 IEEE PES Outstanding Power Engineering Educator Award"

Awarded each year by the IEEE Power Engineering Society for excellence in teaching and ability to inspire students, and leadership in electric power engineering education through publication of textbooks and writings on engineering education.

Awarded each year by the IEEE Power Engineering Society for excellence in teaching and ability to inspire students, and leadership in electric power engineering education through publication of textbooks and writings on engineering education. The citation reads “for outstanding contributions to teaching and research in the field of power.”

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