Amy Hortop Named 2021 Integrative Systems + Design Division Faculty Award Winner

The award is given in recognition of a high-impact accomplishment benefiting the  Integrative Systems + Design Division and the College of Engineering.

Amy Hortop, Lecturer (IV) and Student Experience Coordinator, has been named as the recipient of the 2021 Integrative Systems + Design (ISD) Division Faculty Award. This award is given to a faculty member who has contributed a high-impact accomplishment that benefits ISD and the College of Engineering.

“I am so honored to receive the College of Engineering Departmental Faculty Award,” Hortop said. “It truly is a joy for me to be able to work with so many wonderful people within ISD.”

Hortop is being recognized for her work running the Capstone Project Course (ISD 503), an excellent opportunity for students to gain real-world experience while applying what they have learned in their studies; her role leading the Student Experience Team, going above and beyond to provide a safe, inclusive and fun learning environment for all students so that they can be successful; and for her leadership within ISD, bringing a passionate and positive attitude to encouraging and supporting faculty, staff and students.

Congratulations Amy!

Previous College of Engineering Departmental Faculty Award Winners:

  • 2019–20: Bob Bordley, Professor of Engineering Practice and Director of Systems Engineering and Design program
  • 2018–19: Panos Papalamros, James B Angell Distinguished University Professor of Engineering, Donald C Graham Professor of Engineering, Professor of Mechanical Engineering
  • 2017–18: Suljo Linic, Director of Energy Systems Engineering program, Professor of Integrative Systems + Design and Professor of Chemical Engineering
  • 2016–17: Donald Malen, Lecturer
  • 2015–16: A Harvey Bell, Professor of Practice
  • 2014–15: Patrick Hammett, Lecturer III 
  • 2013–14: Donald Winter, Professor of Practice