July 15, 2010 —
Mark Redekopp has been promoted to Associate Professor of Engineering Practice in the Ming Hsieh Department of Electrical Engineering.
Mark received his B.S. in Computer Engineering/Computer Science from USC 1999 and his M.S. in Computer Engineering from USC in 2001. He was appointed Lecturer at USC in 2002, and was promoted to Senior Lecturer in 2005. He has had a very significant role as instructor and course developer for several of our required EE and CE/CS undergraduate courses. He has been a leader in developing new course content for Freshman and Sophomore students as well as upper-level undergraduate capstone design courses. He is one of the top-ranked instructors in our department; his enthusiasm and ability to motivate and inspire students are greatly beneficial to our academic goals. He recently received the 2010 USC Viterbi School Northrop-Grumman Excellence in Teaching Award as an important recognition of his exceptional teaching skill.
He has also provided great department service as a course monitor, as a member of EE and EE/CS curriculum committees, as an organizer of student recruiting and retention activities, and as faculty advisor to the student chapter of IEEE. He was the EE-Systems faculty leader in collecting, analyzing and preparing materials for the recent ABET accreditation.
Alexander A. (Sandy) Sawchuk, Systems Chair of the Ming Hsieh Department of Electrical Engineering, remarked, "Our department joins me in congratulating Mark Redekopp on his promotion and its recognition of his excellent accomplishments in teaching and service."