Milo Koretsky (Oregon State University), Brian Self (California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo), Michael Prince (Bucknell University), Susan Nolen (Universiy of Washington), Christopher Papadopoulos (University of Puerto Rico Mayaguez), Dominic J Dal Bello (Allan Hancock CollegeAllan Hancock College), James M Widmann (California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo), "Collaborative Research: Understanding Context: Propagation and Effectiveness of the Concept Warehouse in Mechanical Engineering at Five Diverse Institutions and Beyond," NSF 1821439, 08/23/2018 - 08/31/2022, $1,999,162.
Christine Kelly, Milo Koretsky, Michelle Bothwell, Devlin Montfort, Susan Nolen IUSE/PFE:RED: Shifting Departmental Culture to Re-Situate Learning and Instruction, NSF 1519467, 07/01/2015-06/30/2021, $2,000,000.
Principal Investigators: Brian Self (Cal Poly), Dominic Dal Bello (AHC), Danielle Harlow (UCSB) and Milo D. Koretsky “The Mechanics of Inclusion and Inclusivity in Mechanics,” State of California, California Education Learning Lab, 07/01/2019 - 06/30/2022, $1,300,000.
Co- Principal Investigator Milo D. Koretsky, Principal Investigator Kevin Ahern, Co-Principal Investigators, Susan Brubaker-Cole, Devlin Montfort, “The Oregon State University STEM Leaders Program,” NSF 1432810, 09/01/2014 – 08/31/2020, $1,500,021.
Principal Investigator Milo D. Koretsky, “Development and Implementation of Interactive Virtual Laboratories to Help Students Learn Threshold Concepts in Thermodynamics” NSF 1245482, 04/01/13 – 03/31/19, $199,995.
Principal Investigator Milo D. Koretsky, Co-Principal Investigators, Susan Brubaker-Cole, Jana Bouwma-Gearhart, Shane Brown, Thomas Dick, “Enhancing STEM Education at Oregon State University (ESTEME@OSU)” NSF 1347817, 01/01/14 – 12/31/18, $1,999,997.
Principal Investigator Milo D. Koretsky, “Collaborative Research: Studying and Supporting Productive Disciplinary Engagement in Demanding STEM Learning Environments across Cultures and Settings” NSF 1261930, 02/01/13 – 01/31/16, $149,970. (An EAGER project that is part of an NSF SAVI – joint with University of Washington and University of Turku). http://www.innovationsforlearning.net/
Principal Investigator Milo D. Koretsky, “Collaborative Research: Fire: Productive Disciplinary Engagement in a Complex Virtual Engineering Task; Authenticity, Rolls, and Activity” NSF 1251866, 09/15/13 – 09/14/16, $235,405 (with Susan Nolen, University of Washington).
Principal Investigator Milo D. Koretsky, “Feedback in Complex, Authentic, Industrially Situated Engineering Projects using Episodes as a Discourse Analysis Framework,” NSF 1160353, 06/01/12-05/31/17, $342,820.
Principal Investigator Milo D. Koretsky, “Collaborative Research: Design for Impact - Creating Effective Student Activities that Faculty Will Use” NSF 1225221, 09/01/12 – 08/31/18, $149,998. (Bucknell University is the lead institution on this collaborative project.)
Principal Investigator Milo D. Koretsky, Co- Principal Investigator, Tom Ekstedt, Learning Innovation Grant, OSU, 01/01/16 – 06/30/17, $7,500.
Fellow, American Society for Engineering Education, 2019, Milo Koretsky
Faculty Teaching Excellence Award (inaugural) from the College of Engineering, Oregon State University, 2019, Milo Koretsky
Research Collaboration Award from the College of Engineering at Oregon State University, 2018, Milo Koretsky
AIChE Education Division’s Award for Excellence in Engineering Education Research, 2018, Milo Koretsky, "For his wide-spanning research on student learning, concept-based instruction and integrative technological tools in engineering, especially through the Concept Warehouse and virtual environments."
The Honors College Outstanding Thesis Award, Christophe Hinkle, 2018
CACHE Award, 2016, for significant contributions in the development of computer aids for chemical engineering education, Milo D. Koretsky.
William Elgin Wickenden Award, 2016, which recognizes the authors of the best paper published in the 2015 Journal of Engineering Education, Debra M. (Gilbuena) Friedrichson, Benjamin U. Sherrett, Edith S. Gummer, Audrey B. Champagne, and Milo D. Koretsky.
ASEE PIC I Best Paper Award (PIC I includes Aerospace, Architectural Engineering, Biological & Agricultural Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Construction Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Engineering Economy, Engineering Management, Industrial Engineering, and Manufacturing Mechanical Engineering Divisions), 2015, Milo Koretsky, Samuel Mihelic, Michael Prince, Margot Vigeant, and Katharyn Nottis.
Joseph J. Martin 2015 Award, for the most outstanding Chemical Engineering Division paper presented at the 2014 ASEE Annual Meeting, Alec Bowen, Daniel Reid, and Milo Koretsky.
ASEE PIC I Best Paper Award, 2014, Alec Bowen, Daniel Reid, and Milo Koretsky.
Alumni Professor Award, OSU College of Engineering, 2014, Milo Koretsky.
Loyd Carter Award (OSU College of Engineering’s top teaching award), 2012, Milo Koretsky.
Joseph J. Martin 2012 Award, for the most outstanding Chemical Engineering Division paper presented at the 2011 ASEE Annual Meeting, Erick Nefcy, Philip Harding, and Milo D. Koretsky.
Elizabeth P. Ritchie Distinguished Professor Award (OSU’s top award in teaching and educational scholarship), 2011, Milo Koretsky.
Pacific Northwest Section of the American Society for Engineering Education (PN-ASEE) 2009 Outstanding Teaching Award, Milo Koretsky.
Joseph J. Martin 2009 Award, for the most outstanding Chemical Engineering Division paper presented at the 2008 ASEE Annual Meeting, Milo Koretsky and Bill Brooks.
Intel Faculty Fellow – six times (1999, 2000, 2001, 2004, 2006, 2007), Milo Koretsky.
Joseph J. Martin 2007 Award, for the most outstanding Chemical Engineering Division paper presented at the 2006 ASEE Annual Meeting, Milo Koretsky, Sho Kimura, Connelly Barnes, Derek-Meyers Graham, and Danielle Amatore.
L.L. Stewart Faculty Scholar, inaugural award, 2006, Milo Koretsky.
Best Poster Award, ASEE ChE Faculty Summer School, 2002, Chih-hung (Alex) Chang, Milo Koretsky, Sho Kimura, Skip Rochefort, and Cyndie Shaner.
Finalist, MRS Graduate Student Award, 1991, Milo Koretsky.
Dow Chemical Excellence in Teaching Award, 1987, Milo Koretsky.