Professor Behzad Razavi has received the 2014 ASEE PSW Outstanding Teaching Award
Chancellor's Professor Behzad Razavi has received the 2014
American Society for Engineering Education PSW Outstanding
Teaching Award for his superlative teaching and his seminal
textbooks. The award honors faculty members who have made
significant contributions to the engineering education.
Known as an accomplished scholar, a gifted writer, and an exemplary teacher, Professor Razavi specializes in the design of integrated circuits for high-speed and RF communication systems. He and his students have received awards at IEEE conferences such as the ISSCC, CICC, VLSI Circuits Symposium, and ESSCIRC.
ASEE is a non-profit organization established in 1893 for the promotion of excellence in instruction, research, public service and practice to become a worldwide leader in engineering education. At present there are over 12,000 members from the academe, private and public institutions of students, professors and professionals.