Kim Greene, a 1988 UT alumnae, has been named the 2021 Dougherty Award winner, the highest honor given by the Tickle College of Engineering.
The 2020 Faculty and Staff Awards included winners were announced in April 2020 with plans to celebrate them in the fall.
Wayne T. Davis, chancellor emeritus and former dean of the college, was selected as the 2020 Nathan W. Dougherty Award Winner, the college’s highest honor.
Ralph D. Heath has a long track record of success, collaboration, and philanthropy, rising to the presidency of Lockheed Martin from 2005–12 before he retired after more than 37 years in engineering and industry. As a result of his strong record of accomplishment, Heath has been named the Nathan W. Dougherty Award winner for 2019, […]
Leslie Benmark was named the recipient of the 2018 Nathan W. Dougherty Award at the college’s Faculty and Staff Awards Dinner.
Edwin Burdette was honored with the 2017 Dougherty Award from the Tickle College of Engineering at this year’s Faculty and Staff Awards Dinner.
When Hash Hashemian, then a recent nuclear engineering graduate, and then-department head Tom Kerlin co-founded Analysis and Measurement Services in 1977, their main goal was to provide the nuclear energy industry with a reliable source of testing and problem solving. In the years since, AMS has become a globally recognized leader in nuclear energy and […]
A recent night of recognition for outstanding achievement for the College of Engineering culminated with James B. Porter Jr. receiving the Nathan W. Dougherty Award—the college’s highest honor—at the Holiday Inn World’s Fair on Thursday, April 9, 2015, during the college’s annual Faculty and Staff Awards Dinner. College faculty, staff, and current and former Board […]
2014 Faculty & Staff Awards Winners Named The University of Tennessee College of Engineering gave its most prestigious honor—the Nathan W. Dougherty Award—to industrial engineering graduate W. Dwight Kessel at the college’s annual Faculty and Staff Awards Dinner, held on Thursday, April 3, 2014, at the Hilton Hotel in downtown Knoxville. The awards dinner was […]
The University of Tennessee Tickle College of Engineering gave its most prestigious honor—the Nathan W. Dougherty Award—to industrial engineering graduate John D. Tickle at the college’s annual Faculty and Staff Awards Dinner, held on Thursday, April 4, 2013, at the Crowne Plaza. The Dougherty Award was established by the college in 1957 to pay tribute […]