Friends and colleagues of Charles Striffler established the Charles D. Striffler Internship Award in May 1999 to provide an annual internship award for a student at the University who is enrolled in the CPS/STS program, or who has received the program certificate. This fund was established to honor his extraordinary service to the CPS/STS program.
Dr. Charles D. Striffler retired as a professor emeritus from the University of Maryland in fall 2000 after 26 years of dedicated service. During his tenure in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, he received the George Corcoran Award in 1983 and the A. James Clark School of Engineering Poole and Kent Senior Faculty Teaching Award in 2000. Prof. Striffler served as Associate Chair for Facilities and Services in his department for five years. His accomplishments in that position include the creation and facilitation of the Jasmine International Telecommunications Laboratories, the Honeywell Computer Classroom, and the BAE SYSTEMS Computer Engineering Research and Instructional Laboratories. He also served as the director of the College Park Scholars Science, Technology and Society Program for five years. Prof. Striffler's colleagues honored his work in the CPS/STS Program by establishing the Charles D. Striffler Internship Award Fund in his honor.
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