Aly Farag wins Trustees Award

UofL trustees announced the selection of Aly Farag as the receipient of the 2015 Trustees Award during the April 2 meeting.

A professor of in the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the J.B. Speed School of Engineering, Farag has graduated more than 25 doctoral students, taught nearly 20 different courses and co-authored nearly 400 peer-reviewed research manuscripts. He’s also established the Computer Vision and Image Processing Laboratory at UofL. The CVIP Lab, which focuses on computer vision, biomedical imaging and biometrics, has been recognized around the world as a center of excellence.

For his efforts, Farag has received the Trustees Award. UofL trustees announced the selection at an April 2 meeting. The highest honor given by the trustees, the award recognizes outstanding contributions to the student experience and carries with it recognition on a plaque in the Swain Student Activities Center and a prize of $5,000.

Read the UofL Today feature on Farag.