Awards

The CUTC awards competition recognizes outstanding transportation students, faculty and leaders for their accomplishments in the field of transportation research and education. Each year, individuals are honored at the Annual CUTC Awards Reception and Banquet. These individuals, who have been nominated by educators from across the country, have emerged as some of the best and brightest minds in the industry. Below are the award categories and criteria.

CUTC Eno Leadership Development Conference Award

CUTC National Student Awards

The Milton Pikarsky Memorial Award is given annually for the best Ph.D. dissertation and M.S. thesis in the field of science and technology in transportation studies. The Charley V. Wootan Memorial Award is given annually for the best Ph.D. dissertation and M.S. thesis in the field of policy and planning in transportation studies. The Neville A. Parker Award is given annually to two non-thesis masters project reports in the field of policy and planning, and science and technology. Winners in each category receive the following honorariums: PhD Dissertation: $2,000 MS Thesis: $1,500 MS/ME Reports/Papers: $1,500

Nomination Deadline: September 30, 2017 CUTC Student Award Brochure

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Cambridge Systematics (CS) New Faculty Award

CUTC-ARTBA Award for Administrative Leadership

CUTC Lifetime Achievement in Transportation Research and Education Award (Non-Academic)

CUTC Lifetime Achievement in Transportation Research and Education Award (Academic)

Historical List of Award Winners

Call for Student Award Reviewers
We are requesting volunteers to help review award submissions. The review process will require a minimum of 24 volunteers (four 4 for each student award category). To become a reviewer, please contact Sue McNeil and indicate your preference to evaluate nominations in the science & technology or policy & planning category. Last year’s reviewers will be contacted directly to seek their continuing commitment to the exercise.