Distinguished Engineers

                 

 

2017 Distinguished Engineers

2017 Distinguished Engineers
(From left to right) Brad Holly, Charlie Crisp, Jeff Williams, Mark Newton, 
and Larry Heck

The Texas Tech University Edward E. Whitacre Jr. College of Engineering named Charlie Crisp, Larry Heck, Brad Holly, Mark Newton, and Jeff Williams as recipients of the 2017 Distinguished Engineer Award on April 21, 2017.

About the Distinguished Engineer Award

The Distinguished Engineer Award was established during the 1966–1967 academic year to recognize the most outstanding former students of the Whitacre College of Engineering. Since that time, 230 former students of the Whitacre College of Engineering have received this honor. Recipients of the award must be distinguished in their profession, an inspiration to their peers, and have demonstrated a continuing interest in areas outside the field of engineering.

Nominate a Former Student for the Distinguished Engineer Award

To nominate an individual for the Distinguished Engineer Award, visit the Distinguished Engineer Nominations page.

Distinguished Engineer Archives

Full biographies, citations, and photos of all of the Whitacre College of Engineering Distinguished Engineers can be found in the Past Distinguished Engineers Archives.