(Schaub, Hanspeter - 2012) -- BFA Award for Excellence in Teaching
Award or Honor Receipt
Since joining the faculty in 2007, Professor Schaub has established himself as a dedicated and innovative teacher as well as a leader in teaching highly technical matter, including aerospace dynamics, orbital dynamics, and formation flying. His energy and dedication to teaching are illustrated by his co-authored graduate-level textbook titled Analytic Mechanics of Space Systems. Professor Schaub’s energy is also demonstrated by his extramural distance teaching through the Center for Advanced Engineering and Technology Education, which reaches students all over the country from diverse backgrounds. According to a colleague, Professor Schaub has “invested more time and effort in developing effective teaching materials than anyone else I know.” Professor Schaub is associate chair of graduate studies for Aerospace Engineering Sciences. He has been recognized many times for his teaching and research, most recently receiving the Outstanding Faculty Advisor Award in 2011 from the College of Engineering and Applied Science, the Provost’s Faculty Achievement Award in 2010, and the H. Joseph Smead Fellowship. He was selected as an associate fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics in 2007.