Goldman Receives College of Engineering Service Award

Goldman Receives College of Engineering Service Award

Professor Rachel S. Goldman

Professor Rachel S. Goldman is the recipient of the 2011 the College of Engineering Monroe-Brown Foundation Service Excellence Award.  The award is given to a faculty member who has demonstrated significant service contribution at the College and/or University levels.   Professor Goldman has shown an extraordinary commitment to service on campus, in the community and within the engineering profession.

Since joining the faculty in 1997, Professor Goldman has served on nearly all departmental and many College and University committees. She led the Graduate Recruitment and Advanced Materials Processing Education Center task forces and served as faculty advisor to the Society of Women Engineers. A tireless proponent of research experiences for all students, she has supervised more than eighty undergraduate and high school students and initiated a successful research partnership with area high schools. She currently is a member of the University's Senate Advisory Committee for University Affairs and serves as MSE graduate chair and associate director of Applied Physics.

Off-campus Professor Goldman has held editorial positions with four archival journals and been active in committee leadership and symposia organization for several professional societies.