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Background Information

Employment History

President

ABET Inc


Affiliations

University of Missouri-Rolla

Dean Emeritus


Committee of Roads

Active Member


ABET Inc

Fellow


Penn State Limited

Faculty Member


University of Kentucky

Faculty Member


Article 68 Work Group

Secretary


Education

Montana School of Mines


B. S.

Mining Engineering

Montana School of Mines


doctorate

engineering science

Oxford University


Web References(22 Total References)


ABET

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Lee W. Saperstein Awarded ABET's Highest Honor
ABET Names New Fellows Lee W. Saperstein Awarded ABET's Highest Honor Baltimore, MD -ABET, Inc., one of the oldest and most respected accreditation organizations in the U.S., is pleased to announce that Lee W. Saperstein, Ph.D., has been honored with the Linton E. Grinter Distinguished Service Award, the organization's highest honor. The Grinter Award was presented to Saperstein at the 2004 ABET Annual Meeting, Competing in a Diverse World , held October 28-29 in Nashville, Tennessee. He was selected to receive this honor by the ABET Board of Directors for his outstanding leadership in the development of governance documents that reflect ABET's vision and mission, his contribution to ABET's strategic planning, and his leadership in the criteria reform that led to ABET's "engineering topics" criteria, a pre-EC2000 move toward outcomes assessment. Saperstein is Dean Emeritus of the School of Mines and Metallurgy at the University of Missouri-Rolla and an active member of the Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration (SME-AIME). Saperstein served as ABET President in 1999-2000 and is now completing his 23rd year of service to the organization. He has been a member of the ABET Board of Directors representing SME-AIME, as well as Secretary, President, and Past President of the Board. He also served as Chair of the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) in 1989-90. As an EAC commissioner, he led evaluation teams to 13 universities, and as a commission officer he edited the reports of 75 more. As Chair, he dealt with 96 institutions. Prior to being EAC Chair, Saperstein chaired the EAC Criteria Committee when it devised the concept of "engineering topics" and wrote the first references to "program objectives" and "outcome assessments. Recipients of the Linton E. Grinter Distinguished Service Award, such as Lee Saperstein, are those ABET volunteers who follow in Grinter's footsteps and surpass even the highest service expectations of the organization.


ABET

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Lee W. Saperstein Awarded ABET's Highest Honor
ABET Names New Fellows Lee W. Saperstein Awarded ABET's Highest Honor Baltimore, MD -ABET, Inc., one of the oldest and most respected accreditation organizations in the U.S., is pleased to announce that Lee W. Saperstein, Ph.D., has been honored with the Linton E. Grinter Distinguished Service Award, the organization's highest honor. The Grinter Award was presented to Saperstein at the 2004 ABET Annual Meeting, Competing in a Diverse World , held October 28-29 in Nashville, Tennessee. He was selected to receive this honor by the ABET Board of Directors for his outstanding leadership in the development of governance documents that reflect ABET's vision and mission, his contribution to ABET's strategic planning, and his leadership in the criteria reform that led to ABET's "engineering topics" criteria, a pre-EC2000 move toward outcomes assessment. Saperstein is Dean Emeritus of the School of Mines and Metallurgy at the University of Missouri-Rolla and an active member of the Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration (SME-AIME). Saperstein served as ABET President in 1999-2000 and is now completing his 23rd year of service to the organization. He has been a member of the ABET Board of Directors representing SME-AIME, as well as Secretary, President, and Past President of the Board. He also served as Chair of the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) in 1989-90. As an EAC commissioner, he led evaluation teams to 13 universities, and as a commission officer he edited the reports of 75 more. As Chair, he dealt with 96 institutions. Prior to being EAC Chair, Saperstein chaired the EAC Criteria Committee when it devised the concept of "engineering topics" and wrote the first references to "program objectives" and "outcome assessments. Recipients of the Linton E. Grinter Distinguished Service Award, such as Lee Saperstein, are those ABET volunteers who follow in Grinter's footsteps and surpass even the highest service expectations of the organization.


Programs at the Nantucket Historical Association

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Lee Saperstein
"Tracking the Nantucket Railroad" with Lee Saperstein Lee Saperstein serves on the Committee of Roads and Right of Way, the Cemetery Commission, and has served as Secretary of the Article 68 Work Group, which worked on rules for applying fertilizer on Nantucket. For his presentation, Saperstein will share iconic photos and information about the now defunct Nantucket Railroad, and the latest developments on preserving its place in Nantucket's history.


www.nha.org

Lee Saperstein
Thursday, March 27: "Tracking the Nantucket Railroad" with Lee Saperstein Lee Saperstein first visited Nantucket with his wife and children in 1976. After retiring in 2007, he now lives on the island year-round. Saperstein has a B. S. in Mining Engineering from the Montana School of Mines and a D. Phil. in Engineering Science from Oxford University, which he attended as a Rhodes Scholar. He has been a mining engineering faculty member at The Pennsylvania State University, the University of Kentucky, and the University of Missouri-Rolla. He is a licensed Professional Engineer and is an expert in the environmental impacts of mining. On Nantucket, he serves on the Committee of Roads and Right of Way, the Cemetery Commission, and has served as Secretary of the Article 68 Work Group, which worked on rules for applying fertilizer on Nantucket. For his presentation, Saperstein will share iconic photos and information about the now defunct Nantucket Railroad, and the latest developments on preserving its place in Nantucket's history.


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EduMine > Partners > Authors and Presenters > Lee W. Saperstein
Author Lee W. Saperstein Lee W. Saperstein - English Lee W. Saperstein - Español Lee W. Saperstein - Português Lee W. Saperstein - ??????okay Lee W. Saperstein - ?????? Lee W. Saperstein - Français Lee W. Saperstein English Courses Dr. Saperstein has a B. S. in Mining Engineering from the Montana School of Mines and a D. Phil. in engineering science from Oxford University, which he attended as a Rhodes Scholar. He has been a mining engineering faculty member at The Pennsylvania State University, the University of Kentucky, and the University of Missouri-Rolla. He was Dean of the School of Mines and Metallurgy at UMR for 11 years. He is a licensed Professional Engineer and is an expert in the environmental impacts of mining. He has also served ABET, Inc, the recognized accreditor for engineering, as its President. He is a Distinguished Member of the Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration, Inc. (SME), a Fellow of ABET and holder of its Grinter Award, and recognized as a Distinguished Alumni by Montana Tech.


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