Kenneth Galloway elected to AAES Board of Directors

Kenneth F. Galloway has been elected to the American Association of Engineering Societies Board of Directors for a term beginning Jan. 1, 2016. Galloway is a Distinguished Professor of Engineering, professor of electrical engineering and computer science and former dean of the School of Engineering.

Ken Galloway

Galloway is a Fellow of the American Society of Engineering Education, a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and the American Physical Society.

Galloway’s past service to the ASEE includes serving as its president in 2013, chair of the Engineering Deans Council Public Policy Committee, a member of the Engineering Deans Council Executive Board, and a member of the Journal of Engineering Education Advisory Board.

Galloway’s personal research and teaching activities are in solid-state devices, semiconductor technology, and radiation effects in electronics. He has published numerous journal and conference papers in these areas, and his research has received sustained support from several U.S. Department of Defense organizations.

Galloway, an alumnus of Vanderbilt University,  earned his doctorate from the University of South Carolina and went on to hold professional appointments at Indiana University, NAVSEA-Crane, the National Institute of Standards and Technology, the University of Maryland, and the University of Arizona before returning to Vanderbilt as dean, 1996-2012.

AAES is a multidisciplinary organization of engineering societies dedicated to advancing the engineering profession’s impact on the public good, and its mission is to serve as one voice for the U.S. engineering profession.

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