EECS Prof. Tsu-Jae King Liu has been selected to receive the 2021 IEEE Electron Devices Society (EDS) Education Award. This award is presented annually by EDS to honor “an individual who has made distinguished contributions to education within the field of interest of the Electron Devices Society.” Liu, who is currently the dean of Berkeley Engineering, was cited “For outstanding contributions to education in the field of electron devices and achievements on diversity and inclusion.” She has been a strong advocate for fostering inclusion and respect for women and members of underrepresented minorities in engineering. She was the first woman to Chair the EECS department (2014), the second woman to join Intel’s board of directors (2016), and the first woman elected dean of the Berkeley College of Engineering (2018). She won the Chang-Lin Tien Leadership in Education Award in 2020. Liu is also renowned for her research into novel semiconductor devices, non-volatile memory devices, and M/NEMS technology for ultra-low power circuits. She is probably best known for the development of polycrystalline silicon-germanium thin film technology for applications in integrated circuits and microsystems; and as the co-inventor of the three-dimensional FinFET transistor which is the design that is used in all leading microprocessor chips today.