2021 Dean’s Award | School of Engineering

Dr. Kim Fowler

The 2021 School of Engineering Dean’s Excellence in Teaching Award recipient is Dr. Kim Fowler.

Dr. Kim Fowler is an Associate Professor of Engineering and teaches our senior design course sequence, as well as electrical engineering courses. He is faculty advisor for our IEEE Student Chapter.

Dr. Fowler has developed and taught our senior design two-course sequence, with a focus on industry sponsored projects, which Dr. Fowler secures, and a truly robust, real world industry sponsor-student design team structure that uniquely prepares our seniors for their careers in industry.

Dr. Fowler helped map out the electrical engineering concentration, launched in 2018, and has taken on an unusually high teaching load the two years to help ensure that the first students enrolled in this concentration could graduate in 2021 rather than 2022. Dr. Fowler is known as an effective mentor, willing to go above and beyond to help students succeed, with an open door policy, and adept at teaching students how to think like an engineer and apply what they have learned.

Dr. Fowler earned his B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from University of Missouri-Rolla (now Missouri S&T University), his M.S. in Biomedical Engineering from Johns Hopkins University and his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Kansas State University.

Campbell University School of Engineering is pleased to recognize Dr. Kim Fowler for his contributions.

Jenna P. Carpenter, Ph.D., F.ASEE
Dean and Professor