|Scott Murrell, P.E., M. ASCE, Satish Agrawal, Ph.D., and Wilson N. Felder, Ph.D.
International Contest on LTPP Data Analysis - The contest was initiated in August 1998 and is designed to encourage students, professors, State Highway Officials, and consultants from around the world to get involved in using the LTPP data compiled by the FWKA over the past 17 years. The database offers a unique opportunity for everyone to work, individually or in teams, in the development of papers, which will benefit transportation engineers and which will be considered for awards. All participants receive letters of recognition. Winners receive cash prizes, plaques, and certificates as per the recognition awards described in this guide. FHWA will reserve the right to publish the winning papers in an LTPP research document, which will be available for free to anyone who desires a copy.
Airfield Practitioner Award - This award was established in 2009 to honor and recognize practicing engineers employed in the airfield pavement engineering profession with demonstrated leadership and/or achievement in airfield pavement projects.
Author M Wellington Prize - This prize was instituted in 1912 by the Board of Direction in response to a proposal by the Engineering News-Record, which endowed the award in honor of Arthur M. Wellington, former editor of Engineering News and author of a well-known and widely respected treatise on railway location, “The Economic Theory of Railway Location.”
Frank M. Masters Transportation Engineering Award - The Frank M. Masters Transportation Engineering Award is a memorial to the outstanding professional accomplishments of Frank M. Masters, Hon. M. ASCE. The award is supported by the income from a bequest from Mr. Masters. The award was established by the Board of Direction in November, 1975.
Harland Bartholomew Award - The Harland Bartholemew Award was established by the former Urban Planning and Development Division of the Society (now the Transportation & Development Institute) in recognition of the outstanding professional accomplishments of Harland Bartholomew, Hon. M.ASCE. It was instituted by the Board of Direction in 1968.
Jack E. Leisch - The fellowship is a memorial to the outstanding professional accomplishments and contributions of Jack E. Leisch, M. ASCE to the fields of geometric design, traffic engineering and transportation planning. The fellowship is supported by the income from donations in Mr. Leisch's honor.
James Laurie Prize - The James Laurie Prize was established by the Society on October 1, 1912, and is named in honor of the first President of the Society. In the period from 1912 through 1965, the Prize was awarded under the rules for the Thomas Fitch Rowland Prize for the paper judged to be next in order of merit. By action of the Board of Direction in October 1964, the Prize is now awarded on the basis of contributions to the advancement of transportation engineering. It is administered by the Transportation and Development Institute through the Honors and Awards Program.
Robert Horonjeff Award - To recognize and honor a person, persons, organization or organizations for outstanding achievements in, and contributions to, the advancement of the field of air transportation engineering. The Robert Horonjeff Award was established by the former Air Transport Division of the Society.
Wilbur S. Smith Award - The Wilbur S. Smith Award was established by the former Highway Division (now T&DI) of the Society in recognition of the outstanding professional accomplishments of Wilbur S. Smith, Hon. M. ASCE. It was instituted by the Board of Direction in July 1984.
Walter L. Huber Civil Engineering Research Prizes - In July 1946, the Board of Direction authorized annual awards on recommendations by the Society's Committee of Research to stimulate research in civil engineering. In October 1964, Mrs. Alberta Reed Huber endowed these prizes in honor of her husband, Walter L. Huber, Past President, ASCE.
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