Michael Golway Named Alumni Fellow of the J.B. Speed School of Engineering
Updated: Mar 8, 2021
Advanced Solutions CEO and the lead inventor of the BioAssemblyBot®, Michael W. Golway, has been named the 2020 Alumni Fellow of the J.B. Speed School of Engineering at the University of Louisville.
To be considered for the honor, one must have displayed outstanding career performance in engineering, exceptional ability in the planning and direction of significant and important projects in technical engineering, as well as fostered professional development of young engineering college students, and made exceptional contributions to technical engineering knowledge. University leadership have bestowed this honor on Michael.
Michael received his Bachelor of Science in Engineering Science in 1992 and his Master of Engineering with a specialization in Industrial Engineering in 1993 from the J.B. Speed School of Engineering at the University of Louisville. Michael then earned his Kentucky professional engineering license in 2000.
He serves on several boards at the University of Louisville including the engineering school’s Industrial Board of Advisors and as an advisor for both the Bioengineering and Industrial Engineering Departments. Michael is a season ticket holder for Cardinal athletic events and is proud to be a Cardinal.
“Speed School taught me how to think and solve problems that put me in a position to not only compete on a global stage, but thrive in a global highly competitive stage,” Michael said while recalling his time at Speed School.
“I think of the thousands of my fellow alumni who walked the halls of J.B. Speed and the great things they have accomplished and am humbled to be considered for this honor,” Michael said.
Michael previously received the 2015 Professional Award in Industrial Engineering by the Industrial Engineering Department at Speed School.
“I am so thankful for my time at Speed School and the University of Louisville. I look back fondly on my college days and how they set me down a path of success,” said Michael.
In addition to the 2020 Alumni Fellow, the J.B. Speed School of Engineering awarded honors to an Outstanding Young Bioengineer, and honors to alumni in each of the other six academic departments. You can learn more about those recipients here.
You can learn more about the 2020 Alumni Fellow honor and Michael here.
The J.B Speed School of Engineering at the University of Louisville which seeks to “serve the University, the Commonwealth of Kentucky, and the engineering profession by providing high quality educational programs to all students; engaging in research and scholarship that will extend knowledge; and assisting the economic development of the regional, state and national economies through technology transfer.”
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