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Eileen B. Haase, a teaching professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering and chair of the Engineering for Professionals Applied Biomedical Engineering Program, is an award-winning educator known for incorporating team-based learning and other active learning methods in her classes. In 2018, she served as a Fulbright Scholar and visiting professor at Mbarara University of Science and Technology in Uganda, where she employed many of the best practices she developed at Johns Hopkins.

In addition to her Fulbright Scholar Award, Haase was twice the recipient of the Whiting School of Engineering’s Robert B. Pond, Sr. Excellence in Teaching Award, as well as multiple William R. Kenan, Jr. Awards for improving teaching in an undergraduate course. She also served as the principal investigator for the Johns Hopkins University Gateway Sciences Initiative Provost Award for building the BME Design Studio. Haase was recognized by the American Association of Engineering Education with a “Best Paper Award” and gave a Distinguished Lecture at the 2018 ASEE annual meeting. She is a member of the JHU Teaching Academy Board, through which she helps mentor PhD students interested in teaching.

She received her master’s degree in electrical engineering from Johns Hopkins University while working at the JHU Applied Physics Laboratory. She earned her PhD in biomedical engineering from Johns Hopkins University.