Gude recognized by national engineering society
Veera Gnanewswar Gude
A Bagley College of Engineering civil and environmental engineering faculty member received recognition from a national engineering society for his research and teaching endeavors.
Mississippi State assistant professor Veera Gnanewswar Gude was awarded the Outstanding New Faculty Researcher Award by the American Society for Engineering Education’s Southeastern Section.
Gude said that he is honored to receive the award, which recognizes a faculty member who has demonstrated outstanding contributions to engineering and engineering education in research and the classroom.
“This is definitely one of the remarkable recognitions that a researcher interested in education would aspire to receive,” Gude stated.
Gude earned a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering technology from Osmania University, followed by both a master’s and a doctorate degree in environmental engineering from the National University of Singapore and New Mexico State University, respectively. His research focuses on biofuels and desalination, as well as energy-water nexus and integrated processes.
“Balancing both research and education is not an easy task,” Gude said. “This recognition motivates me to learn and implement more integrated research and education projects in my academic career.”
Founded in 1893, the American Society for Engineering Education seeks to promote excellence in engineering education across the full spectrum of engineering fields. The southeastern section holds yearly conferences to discuss the problems and opportunities faced in engineering education.
For more information on ASEE, visit www.asee.org. The BCoE is available online at www.bagley.msstate.edu.
Emile Creel | Bagley College of Engineering