IEEE Taylor L. Booth Education Award
The IEEE Taylor L. Booth Education Award is given out annually for an outstanding record in computer science and engineering education. The individual must meet two or more of the following criteria in the computer science and engineering field:
- Achieving recognition as a teacher of renown.
- Writing an influential text.
- Leading, inspiring, or providing significant education content during the creation of a curriculum in the field.
- Inspiring others to a career in computer science and engineering education.
Below are the CEOHP interviewees who have been recognized with this distinction.
- Mark Weiss interview: OverviewOverview page for CEOHP interview with Mark Weiss, cited for authoring textbooks that have had a profound impact on generations of students and for invaluable service to the computer science education community.
- Hal Abelson Interview: OverviewOverview page for the CEOHP interview with Hal Abelson, professor at MIT and a founding director of Creative Commons.
- Eric Roberts interview: OverviewOverview page for CEOHP interview with Eric Roberts, cited as a master teacher, advocate for computer science education, and emissary to under-represented populations in computer science.
- Judith Gal-Ezer interview: OverviewOverview page for CEOHP interview with Judith Gal-Ezer, Open University of Israel, cited for pioneering work involving teaching the essence of computer science at both high school and university levels.
- Nell Dale Interview: OverviewOverview page for CEOHP interview with Nell Dale, widely known for her textbooks for introductory computing courses and her pioneering work in Computer Science Education Research.