Associate Professor Brandon Grainger receives honorable mention from the Carnegie Science Awards
Brandon Grainger, Eaton faculty fellow, associate professor and associate director of the Energy GRID Institute, is being recognized for his inspiration to others in the classroom.
Grainger received an honorable mention for the Most Inspiring Educator Award through the Carnegie Science Center.
“It’s a huge honor to be listed among the best educators in our region,” Grainger said. “This achievement would not be possible without the support of the current and past undergraduate and graduate students who take my courses or are mentored in graduate level research.”
The award is granted to any grade-level educator that “inspires their students to learn, grow, question, and explore their interests.”
The Carnegie Science Awards have recognized the accomplishments of over 600 scientists, technologists, educators, business leaders and organizations. Awardees are selected by a panel of former award recipients and industry leaders.