Brian P. Copenhaver Award for Innovation in Teaching with Technology
In 2002, the Faculty Committee on Educational Technology created this Innovation Award to recognize and honor faculty making innovative use of technology to improve undergraduate instruction. In 2004, recognizing Brian Copenhaver's leaderhip of the College and to pay tribute to his legacy at UCLA, Richard and Barbara Bergman endowed the Brian P. Copenhaver Award for Innovation in Teaching with Technology for five years. The FCET and UCLA are grateful to the Bergmans for their generous and thoughtful support.
Interviews with award recipients are available as follows:
2009: John G. Riley and Timothy R. Tangherlini.
2008: Nicolas Christou, Frank Krasne, Otto Santa Ana and Francis Steen.
2007: Judith Baca, Jeffrey Lewis
2006: Daniel Blumstein, Nicholas Gessler, Todd Presner, Arlene Russell
2005: William Grisham, William Kaiser,
2004: Stephen Engel, Tim Groeling, Russell Poldrack, Kim Jansma
2003: David Kaplan, Lianna Johnson, John Merriam, Joan Waugh
Interviews with instructors about their use of technology in teaching are available at "Faculty Experiences Using Technology in Teaching."