The Center for Transportation Research has established itself as a go-to source for information, research, and expertise in all areas of transportation. In 2014, CTR established its Fellows program to recognize some of the people who have helped advance that work. The program's purpose is to recognize and improve collaboration among faculty across the university who are focused on transportation-related research.
"Our goal is for faculty fellows to play an active role in our center, helping provide new ideas and initiatives," said David Clarke, director of the program and a research associate professor of civil and environmental engineering. "At the same time, we realize that working together across departments is often the key to success, so we foster that as well."
(from left to right): Candace Brakewood, Assistant Professor, Civil & Environmental Engineering; Linda Daugherty, Assistant Director, Center for Applied Research and Evaluation; Hyun Kim, Associate Professor, Department of Geography; Xueping Li, Associate Professor, Industrial & Systems Engineering; Edward Taylor, Director, Construction Industry Research & Policy Center.
(from left to right): Qing Cao, Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science; Rachel Chen, Director, Center for Sustainable Business and Development; Brad Collett, Associate Professor of Plant Sciences with a faculty appointment to the School of Landscape Architecture; Butch Irick, Research Assistant Professor and Research Director of Mechanical, Aerospace, and Biomedical Engineering; Lance Saunders, Assistant Professor of Marketing & Supply Chain Management.
(from left to right): Richard Bennett, Director of the Engineering Fundamentals program and professor of civil and environmental engineering; Eugene Fitzhugh, associate professor of kinesiology, recreation and sport studies; Anahita Khojandi, assistant professor in industrial and systems engineering; Jonathan Overly, founder and director of the East Tennessee Clean Fuels Coalition and a member of the Department of Energy’s Clean Cities Hall of Fame; Georg Schaur, associate professor and Spiva Scholar in economics.
(from left to right): Mingzhou Jin, Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering; John Bell, Department of Marketing and Supply Chain Management; John Ma, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering; Charles Sims, Department of Economics, Howard Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy; Subhadeep Chakraborty, Department of Mechanical, Aerospace and Biomedical Engineering.
(from left to right): Rapinder Sawhney, Heath Fellow in Business and Engineering, Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering; Christopher Cherry, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering; Jennifer Richards, Department of Food Science and Technology; Mary C. Holcomb, Department of Marketing and Supply Chain Management; and Shih-Lung Shaw, Alvin and Sally Beaman Professor of Geography and director of the UT Confucius Institute.