Sue McNeil Awarded the Frank M. Masters Transportation Engineering Award
Dr. Sue McNeil, Ph.D., P.E., ASCE Distinguished Member, has been awarded the
Frank M. Masters Transportation Engineering Award.
Dr. McNeil will be recognized at the
ASCE-T&DI International Conference on Transportation and Development
in Pittsburgh, PA, on July 16, 2018.
Dr. Sue McNeil has made a significant contribution in the area of transportation planning especially with her recent work on the transportation aspects of disaster relief. This work, conducted in cooperation with the Center of Advanced Infrastructure and Transportation at Rutgers University, is of seminal value and it was disseminated widely through several reports and journal papers. In addition. Dr. McNeil's service as the Chief Editor of ASCE's Journal of Infrastructure Systems has been exemplary and serves as a bright example to all aspiring female civil engineering professionals.
Sue has an outstanding record of research achievement, educational contributions, and professional service. Her research contributions to improve asset management procedures, brownfield redevelopment, and infrastructure resiliency are particularly notable and deserving of recognition with the Frank Masters award. She has been a national and international engineering leader in these important activities. She has led a variety of professional committees and panels, as well as chairing or co-chairing prominent conferences for a variety of professional organizations include ASCE and the Transportation Research Board. She has also been a role model, advisor, and teacher for a large number of civil engineers
This award is a memorial to the outstanding professional accomplishments of Frank M. Masters, Hon.M.ASCE.