THE FACULTY ADVISOR OF THE YEAR AWARD
Rodrigo Perez Fernandez | Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
THE BRUCE AND DOROTHY RYLANDER JOHNSON SCHOLARSHIP
Juan Antonio Perez Socorro | Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
The Faculty Advisor of the Year Award is awarded to a Student Section Advisor from one of the SNAME Student Sections in recognition of his/her significant contribution to the success of a section and its students.
Student Section leaders, who wish to nominate their Student Section Advisor, may submit their nomination online. The Student Steering Committee reviews the nominations and selects a recipient to be submitted and approved by the Awards Committee.
2020 Rodrigo Perez Fernandez, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
2019 Dr. Alan J. Brown, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University
2018 Dimitrios V. Lyridis, National Technical University of Athens
2017 Dr. David J. Singer, University of Michigan
2016 Dr. Krish P. Thiagarajan, University of Maine
2015 Prof. Sander Calisal, Piri Reis University
2014 Prof. Michael Kazek, California Maritime Academy
2013 Prof. Jennifer Ryan,The Apprentice School of Newport News Shipbuilding
2012 Cdr. Michael J. Corl of The Coast Guard Academy
The Faculty Advisor of the Year can then select a student or students to be awarded The Bruce and Dorothy Rylander Johnson Scholarship in consultation with the Scholarships Committee.
The Bruce and Dorothy Rylander Johnson Scholarship is a $5,000 award established and funded by Bruce Johnson and Dorothy Rylander Johnson for the Faculty Advisor of the Year to recognize a student or students who exemplify outstanding contribution to the field of naval, marine, and ocean engineering studies.
The student(s) must be enrolled full-time in an undergraduate program in naval architecture, marine or ocean engineering. The student(s) must have been a Student Member of SNAME for at least four months prior to the award. Should SNAME decide in any year that it will not give out a “Faculty Advisor of the Year Award”, The Bruce and Dorothy Rylander Johnson Scholarship may be presented in that year to another undergraduate student deemed worthy by the Scholarship Committee.