An awards program was established at the 20th Annual Meeting in Memphis, Tennessee on May 9, 1972. Additional awards have been added through the years. The program consists of individual and group awards to recognize individual or committee accomplishments, section awards and awards for students. For most awards, nominations are judged in January and awarded at the Annual Meeting later that spring. The awards presented at the Annual Meeting represent the accomplishments of the previous year.

Below are links to the description of these awards and lists of the historical winners.

Individual and Committee Awards

The highest recognition of notable and outstanding professional achievement presented by ITE is election to Honorary Membership. Since 1933 when the first Honorary Member was selected, less than 100 individuals have been so honored.

  • 2002 – John F. Exnicios
  • 2000 – John D. Edwards, Jr.
  • 1997 – Herman J. Hoose
  • 1995 – Marble J. Hensley
  • 1990 – Karl Bevins
  • 1977 – Wilbur S. Smith

At the Southern Section’s 1972 Annual Meeting in Memphis, Tennessee, an award named “The Herman J. Hoose Distinguished Service Award” was created to recognize persons who untiringly and unselfishly contributed to our profession and our organization, and who by personal integrity, leadership and example inspired fellow professionals to greater service.

  • 2016 – Cynthia M. Pionke
  • 2015 – Richard A. Day
  • 2014 – Timothy E. White
  • 2013 – Craig M. Hanchey
  • 2012 – John Van Winkle
  • 2011 – Daniel S. Turner, Ph.D.
  • 2010 – Kenneth O. Voorhies
  • 2009 – Stanley F. Polanis
  • 2008 – Robert E. Stammer, Jr
  • 2007 – Marsha Anderson Bomar
  • 2006 – William B. Finger
  • 2005 – Phillip L. Wylie, Sr.
  • 2004 – Eugene D. Arnold, Jr.
  • 2003 – Marble J. Hensley
  • 2002 – Brent McKinney
  • 2001 – Darrell B. Skipper
  • 2000 – Thomas E. Flynn
  • 1999 – Gaye G. Sprague
  • 1998 – George A. “Lonnie” Yates
  • 1997 – Richard Atkins
  • 1996 – W. Hibbett Neel, Jr.
  • 1995 – Victor A. McSwain
  • 1994 – Joe K. Donaldson
  • 1993 – James W. Yarbrough
  • 1992 – Edward E. Watt
  • 1991 – Robert L. Vecellio
  • 1990 – Bruce Leonard
  • 1989 – R.V. Moss
  • 1988 – Howard R. Chapman
  • 1987 – Jack C. Marcellis
  • 1986 – James M. Dawkins
  • 1985 – Charles E. Alexander
  • 1984 – Robert J. Dodge
  • 1983 – Peter S. Parsonson
  • 1982 – Earl C. Williams, Jr.
  • 1981 – Willis R. Deaton
  • 1980 – C. Edwin Vick, Jr.
  • 1979 – Joseph M. Thomas, Jr.
  • 1978 – Harold M. Raynor, Jr.
  • 1977 – Karl A. Bevins
  • 1976 – John F. Exnocios
  • 1975 – James O. Litchfield
  • 1974 – William S. Derrick
  • 1973 – Jay W. Quinn
  • 1972 – John D. Edwards, Jr.

At the Southern Section’s Annual meeting in New Orleans in 1973, the awards program was expanded to include “The Marble J. Hensley Outstanding Individual Activity Award” to recognize a member who untiringly and unselfishly contributed during the previous year to our profession and our professional organization and who by personal integrity, leadership and example inspired fellow professionals to greater service.

  • 2016 – K. Scott Walker, Jr.
  • 2015 – Rebecca D. White
  • 2014 – Jonathan Kiser
  • 2013 – Richard Caudle
  • 2012 – Jeffrey L. Hammond
  • 2011 – Cynthia M. Pionke
  • 2010 – William M. Seymour
  • 2009 – James D. Foster
  • 2008 – W. Hollis Loveday
  • 2007 – Kenneth O. Voorhies
  • 2006 – Slade F. Exley
  • 2005 – Calvin W. Leggett
  • 2004 – Karen L. Mohommadi
  • 2003 – Craig M. Hanchey
  • 2002 – Larry R. Goode
  • 2001 – John Van Winkle
  • 2000 – Robert R. Canfield
  • 1999 – Eugene D. Arnold, Jr.
  • 1998 – Douglas B. Robert
  • 1997 – Phillip L. Wylie, Sr.
  • 1996 – Robert P. Murphy
  • 1995 – Marsha Anderson
  • 1994 – Darrell B. Skipper
  • 1993 – Gaye G. Sprague
  • 1992 – Thomas E. Flynn
  • 1991 – Donald H. Gaines
  • 1990 – Daniel S. Turner
  • 1989 – Brent McKinney
  • 1988 – Richard Atkins
  • 1987 – Victor A. McSwain
  • 1986 – George A. “Lonnie” Yates
  • 1985 – John F. Exnicios
  • 1984 – John D. Edwards, Jr.
  • 1983 – R. V. Moss
  • 1982 – Howard R. Chapman
  • 1981 – James M. Dawkins
  • 1980 – James W. Yarborough
  • 1979 – W. Hibbett Neel, Jr.
  • 1978 – C. Edwin Vick, Jr.
  • 1977 – Jack C. Marcellis
  • 1976 – Herman A. Hill
  • 1975 – Joseph M. Thomas, Jr.
  • 1974 – Peter S. Parsonson
  • 1973 – Roy D. Williams

At the April 2006 Southern District ITE Annual Meeting in Jackson, MS, an award was established to recognize outstanding contributions to their community, to transportation engineering in the public sector and to the Southern District of ITE. The award was named in honor of John F. Exnicios, the longtime traffic engineer for the City of New Orleans.

  • 2016 – Stanley F. Polanis
  • 2015 – Calvin W. Leggett
  • 2014 – Timothy A. Foster
  • 2013 – James D. Foster
  • 2012 – Cynthia M. Pionke
  • 2011 – Howard R. Chapman
  • 2010 – Todd I. Long
  • 2009 – Steven C. Strength
  • 2008 – Lynn E. Allsbrook
  • 2007 – John Van Winkle
  • 2006 – W. Martin Bretherton, Jr.

At the April 2009 Southern District ITE Annual Meeting in Birmingham, AL, an award was established to recognize an individual who contributed outstandingly to the education of future leaders in the transportation engineering field and to their local Section or the Southern District ITE. Because the South has been blessed with a number of outstanding educators at many of its Universities, it would be difficult to single out just one educator above all others, therefore, the award is not named after an individual.

  • 2016 – Dr. William “Jeff” Davis
  • 2015 – Dr. Marty E. Lipinski
  • 2014 – Dr. Robert L. Vecellio
  • 2013 – Dr. Jack B. Humphreys
  • 2012 – Dr. Wayne A. Sarasua
  • 2011 – Dr. Peter S. Parsonson
  • 2010 – Dr. Robert E. Stammer, Jr.
  • 2009 – Dr. Daniel S. Turner
  • 2008 – Dr. Paul D. Cribbins

At the April 1994 SDITE Annual Meeting in Raleigh, North Carolina, a young member recognition award was established. It was created to recognize individuals, who over their young professional careers, have contributed significantly to our profession and our professional organization and was named in honor of Joseph M. Thomas, Jr.

  • 2016 – Ryan T. Eckenrode
  • 2015 – Meredith Emory
  • 2014 – Meredith H.Van Duyn
  • 2013 – Sean Coleman
  • 2012 – Lindsay A. Walker, Kimberly L. King
  • 2011 – Radha K. Swayampakala
  • 2010 – K. Scott Walker, Jr.
  • 2009 – Dyan C. Damron
  • 2008 – Michael R. Ridgeway
  • 2007 – Alison Catarella Michel
  • 2006 – William Brian Fulton
  • 2005 – Kirsten B. Tynch
  • 2004 – Jeffrey L. Hammond
  • 2003 – Jo Anne Tingle
  • 2002 – Richard B. Fangmann
  • 2001 – Gregory D. Judy
  • 2000 – Bayne E. Smith
  • 1999 – Karen L. Mohammadi
  • 1998 – John L. Hibbard
  • 1997 – Terry M. Snow
  • 1996 – Robert R. Walker
  • 1995 – James A. Meads
  • 1994 – Craig M. Hanchey
  • 1993 – Hernan E. Pena, Jr.

At the April 2016 Southern District ITE Annual Meeting in Nashville, TN, an award was established to recognize outstanding contributions to ITE and transportation engineering by private sector members of the Southern District of ITE.

  • 2016 – Edward E. Watt
  • 2015 – W. Hibbett Neel, Jr.

At the April 2010 Southern District ITE Annual Meeting in Portsmouth, VA, an award was established to recognize outstanding contributions to the Southern District for a project over an extended period of time. The President, with the approval of the Executive Board, selects an individual to receive this award. The President’s Award is intended to be awarded on rare occasions and is not intended to be awarded annually.

  • 2012 – Richard L. Caudle
  • 2009 – J. Richard Atkins

In 2002, the SDITE Board unanimously approved a special recognition for an ABD Member who had been very supportive of the Southern Section/District over his lifetime. Cater Lee, a founding member of the ABD, was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award. In 1975 a four-year effort by Cater Lee culminated when the Southern Section ITE Executive Board chartered the Associated Business Division (ABD). The Award was presented at the 2003 SDITE Annual Meeting in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

  • 2003 Cater Lee (Lifetime Achievement Award for being a founding member of ABD)

In 1972, SDITE began an award program to recognize the work of committees in conducting technical analysis or studies. Since 1989, the Best Technical Committee Report Award has been given to the Section that sponsored the best committee report rather than to the individual committee.

  • 2001 – Tennessee Section
  • 2000 – Deep South Section
  • 1997 – Georgia Section
  • 1996 – Georgia Section
  • 1995 – Deep South Section
  • 1993 – Georgia Section
  • 1992 – Tennessee Section
  • 1991 – Georgia Section
  • 1989 – North Carolina Section
  • 1985 – Technical Committee: John R. Nesselrodt, Chair
  • 1978 – Technical Committee 76-1: Kenneth R. Agent, Chair
  • 1976 – Technical Committee 10: Roger D. Lewis, Chair
  • 1974 – Technical Committee 18: Peter S. Parsonson, Chair
  • 1973 – Technical Committee: John R. Nesselrodt, Chair
  • 1972 – Technical Committee 15: Howard R. Chapman, Chair

Outstanding Section Awards

The Outstanding Section Award is presented to the Section that does the most to serve its members and advance transportation engineering within its geographical area during the preceding year. Judging is based on an annual report submitted by each Section to outline its membership, technical, education and professional development accomplishments.

In 1999, the award was divided into two groups (Group I for the four larger sections and Group II for the four smaller sections). Group I is comprised of the Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia Sections. Group II consists of the Alabama, Deep South, Kentucky and South Carolina Sections.

  • 2016 – North Carolina Section
  • 2015 – Georgia Section
  • 2014 – Georgia Section
  • 2013 – Georgia Section
  • 2012 – North Carolina Section
  • 2011 – North Carolina Section
  • 2010 – Georgia Section
  • 2009 – North Carolina Section
  • 2008 – Georgia Section
  • 2007 – Georgia Section
  • 2006 – North Carolina Section
  • 2005 – North Carolina Section
  • 2004 – North Carolina Section
  • 2003 – North Carolina Section
  • 2002 – Georgia Section
  • 2001 – Georgia Section
  • 2000 – Georgia Section
  • 1999 – Georgia Section
  • 2016 – Alabama Section
  • 2015 – Alabama Section
  • 2014 – Alabama Section
  • 2013 – Alabama Section
  • 2012 – Alabama Section
  • 2011 – Alabama Section
  • 2010 – Alabama Section
  • 2009 – Alabama Section
  • 2008 – South Carolina Section
  • 2007 – South Carolina Section
  • 2006 – Deep South Section
  • 2005 – Alabama Section & Deep South Section
  • 2004 – Alabama Section
  • 2003 – Alabama Section
  • 2002 – Alabama Section
  • 2001 – Alabama Section
  • 2000 – Deep South Section
  • 1999 – Deep South Section
  • 1998 – Georgia Section
  • 1997 – Georgia Section
  • 1996 – Georgia Section
  • 1995 – North Carolina Section
  • 1994 – Alabama Section
  • 1993 – Alabama Section
  • 1992 – Georgia Section
  • 1991 – Alabama Section
  • 1990 – Alabama Section
  • 1989 – Georgia Section
  • 1988 – Georgia Section
  • 1987 – North Carolina Section
  • 1986 – Alabama Section
  • 1985 – North Carolina Section
  • 1984 – North Carolina Section
  • 1983 – North Carolina Section
  • 1982 – North Carolina Section
  • 1981 – Alabama Section
  • 1980 – Georgia Section
  • 1979 – Alabama Section
  • 1978 – Georgia Section
  • 1977 – Alabama Section
  • 1976 – North Carolina Section
  • 1975 – Tennessee Section
  • 1974 – North Carolina Section
  • 1973 – Georgia Section
  • 1972 – North Carolina Section

Student Awards

In order to encourage activity among the student chapters within the Southern District, an award was created in 1972 to recognize the best student chapters. A fellowship fund was originally established in 1972 by an anonymous donor that would go to worthy students of a graduate program. In 1977, the fellowship was changed to a $200 cash award to the winning Student Chapter and $150 to the runner-up Student Chapter. All other student chapters that submit a chapter report automatically receive $100. The outstanding Student Chapters are chosen based on their chapter reports that are submitted to the Education and Student Chapter Committee Chair by March 1st.

For more information, contact Education and Student Chapters Committee Chair.

Since 1984, International ITE has recognized an Outstanding Student Chapter which is chosen from the districts’ winners. The winning student chapters from Southern District are forwarded by SDITE to International ITE by the April 1st deadline. SDITE Student Chapter winners of International ITE’s Outstanding Student Chapter Award are denoted with an asterisk (*).

  • 2016 – University of Tennessee
  • 2015 – University of Tennessee
  • 2014 – Clemson University
  • 2013 – Clemson University
  • 2012 – Clemson University
  • 2011 – Georgia Tech
  • 2010 – Clemson University
  • 2009 – Georgia Tech
  • 2008 – Clemson University
  • 2007 – Clemson University
  • 2006 – Clemson University*
  • 2005 – Clemson University
  • 2004 – Clemson University
  • 2003 – Clemson University
  • 2002 – Auburn University
  • 2001 – Clemson University
  • 2000 – Clemson University
  • 1999 – University of Kentucky
  • 1998 – Georgia Tech
  • 1997 – Georgia Tech*
  • 1996 – Georgia Tech
  • 1995 – Georgia Tech*
  • 1994 – Georgia Tech
  • 1993 – Georgia Tech
  • 1992 – Georgia Tech
  • 1991 – U.N.C.-Charlotte
  • 1990 – U.N.C.-Charlotte*
  • 1989 – Auburn University
  • 1988 – U.N.C.-Charlotte
  • 1987 – Auburn University
  • 1986 – University of Tennessee
  • 1985 – Auburn University*
  • 1984 – Auburn University
  • 1983 – Auburn University
  • 1982 – Auburn University
  • 1981 – Auburn University
  • 1980 – Auburn University
  • 1979 – Auburn University
  • 1978 – Auburn University
  • 1977 – Auburn University
  • 1976 – N.C. State University
  • 1975 – Georgia Tech
  • 1974 – N.C. State University
  • 1973 – Virginia Tech
  • 1972 – Clemson University

The William H. Temple Scholarship Challenge Traffic Bowl was started in 2005 by the ABD to encourage student participation in the Southern District ITE. Teams of three students from each Section compete in a jeopardy style challenge. The answers and questions are based on transportation and traffic related topics. Each Section has their own method of selecting the student teams. Members of the winning team receive a $1,000 scholarship sponsored by the ABD.

For more information on the Traffic Bowl, contact the Student Traffic Bowl Committee Chair.

  • 2017 – Clemson University
  • 2016 – Clemson University
  • 2015 – Auburn University
  • 2014 – Clemson University
  • 2013 – University of Tennessee
  • 2012 – North Carolina State University*
  • 2011 – North Carolina State University
  • 2010 – Georgia Tech

* SDITE Traffic Bowl winner North Carolina State University also won the 2012 International ITE Traffic Bowl in Atlanta, Georgia.

  • 2009 – Clemson University
  • 2008 – Clemson University
  • 2007 – Clemson University
  • 2006 – Clemson University
  • 2005 – University of Tennessee

Student Paper Awards

In 1977, the SDITE started an Outstanding Student Paper Award to encourage greater involvement in ITE by students. The original student winners received cash awards of $50 for the winner and $25 for the runner-up. Currently winners get $300 and $150 is awarded to the runner-ups.

In 2001, the Outstanding Student Paper Award was divided into two separate categories. Undergraduate students are eligible for the Outstanding Undergraduate Student Paper Award and graduate students are eligible for the Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Award. Winners are often invited to present their papers at the SDITE Annual Meeting. If they are able to attend, the students’ expenses are paid by SDITE.

  • 2016 – Nancy Dutta, University of Virginia
    • Runner-Up – Alexandra Marie Boggs, University of Tennessee
  • 2015 – Fatemeh Baratian-Ghorghi, Auburn University
    • Runner-Up – Kweku Brown, Clemson University
  • 2014 – Drew Stokes, Clemson University
    • Runner-Up – Shannon Warchol, North Carolina State University
  • 2013 – Chandani Malla, South Carolina State University
    • Runner-Up – Mohammad Jalayer, Auburn University
    • Runner-Up – Mahdi Pour Rouholamin, Auburn University
  • 2012 – Taekwon Yoon, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
    • Runner-Up – Brian McGill, Univ. of North Carolina, Charlotte
    • Runner-Up – Virginia Wise, University of Memphis
  • 2011 – Md Shah Imran, University of Alabama – Birmingham
    • Runner-Up – Qiang Yang, University of Tennessee
  • 2010 – Yi Wen, Mississippi State University
    • Runner-Up – Katerina Bartman, Clemson University
  • 2009 – Ismail Zohdy, Virginia Tech
    • Runner-Up – Priyanka Alluri, Clemson
  • 2008 – Ryan Brumfield, UNC Charlotte
    • Runner-Up – Sarah Wicklund, North Carolina State University
  • 2006 – Zachary Clark, North Carolina State University
    • Runner-Up – Ryan Fries, Clemson University
  • 2005 – James Heyward Mattox, III, Clemson University
  • 2004 – Leslie Tracey, N.C. A&T State University
    • Runner-Up – Vasin Kiattikomol, University of Tennessee
  • 2003 – Melany Noltenius, University of Tennessee
    • Runner-Up – Jennifer Ogle, Georgia Tech
  • 2002 – Lauren Waesche, Clemson University
    • Runner-Up – Jeremy Brickey, University of Kentucky
  • 2001 – John Gibbs Townsend, Clemson University
    • Runner-Up – Sergio Garza and Kanok Boriboonsomsin, University of Mississippi
  • 2016 – Erin Lammers, University of Kentucky
  • 2014 – Elizabeth Holt, University of Mississippi
    • Runner-Up – Ivy Riley, Jackson State University
  • 2013 – Haley Sims, University of Mississippi
  • 2011 – Kelsey Ford, University of Memphis
    • Runner-Up – Evan Schalton, UNC-Charlotte 
  • 2010 – Jennifer Johnson, Clemson University
  • 2009 – Jeffery Karafa, The University of Memphis
  • 2008 – Alexander Shoemaker, Auburn University
    • Runner-Up – Francisco Moraes Oliveira-Neto, University of Tennessee
  • 2007 – Zachary Bugg, Mississippi State University
    • Runner-Up – Katherine Osborne, University of Mississippi 
  • 2006 – Kevin Miller, North Carolina State University
  • 2005 – Preston Denson, University of Mississippi
  • 2004 – Rachel Elizabeth Abel, University of Virginia
  • 2002 – Will Letchworth, Ben Crawford, Jeff Dayton, Adam Snipes,
    Mark Johnson and Wayne Jacas, N.C. State University
  • 2001 – John Gibbs Townsend, Clemson University
  • 2000 – Jonathan Cate, Univ. of Tennessee
    • Runner-Up – Shannon Fain, Univ. of Tennessee
  • 1999 – Elisabeth Hahn, Univ. of Tennessee
    • Runner-Up – Brian Revels, Univ. of Virginia
  • 1998 – Timothy Luttrell, University of Tennessee
    • Runner-Up – Francisco Moraes Oliveira-Neto, University of Tennessee
  • 1997 – Sandy Melhorn, Mississippi State University
  • 1996 – Michael Fontaine, University of Virginia
  • 1995 – Alain J. Kouassi, Georgia Institute of Technology
  • 1994 – Jeff Griffin, University of Kentucky
    • Runner-Up – Claudia Barbour, Univ. of Kentucky, University of Tennessee
  • 1993 – Chang Kyun Kim, Virginia Tech.
  • 1992 – Carlos Loureiro
    • Runner-Up – Dibyendu Mukherjee
  • 1991 – Laura Cove, Clemson University (Honorable Mention)
  • 1990 – T.H. Woo, University of Virginia
  • 1989 – Laura Freeman, Clemson University
  • 1987 – Jeffrey W. Muller, Georgia Tech
  • 1986 – Kevin R. Damron, University of Kentucky
  • 1985 – Dave Harkey, University of North Carolina
  • 1984 – John C. Atz, Clemson University
  • 1982 – Steven D. Davis
  • 1981 – William J. Davis, University of Alabama

Technical Paper Awards

In 1973, Southern District ITE started an award recognizing outstanding technical papers prepared by SDITE members. In 1985, the Outstanding Technical Paper Award was divided into two categories:

  1. Best Technical Paper Award (Non-Sponsored) – prepared outside of work but could be about work projects
  2. Best Technical Paper Award (Sponsored) – prepared by an individual as part of employment or sponsored by an employer
  • 2005 – Michael Reese, Louis Kudelka, and David Spencer
  • 2001 – Heather Ostertog
    • Runner-Up – Angshuman Guin
  • 2000 – Robert Fole and Nagui Rouphail
    • Runner-Up – Nick Stamatiadis, Ken Agent, and Mike Ridgeway
  • 1998 – Sean Doherty, Lisa Aultman–Hall, and Jill Swaynos
    • Runner-Up – Nikiforos Stamatiadis and Giovanni Puccini
  • 1997 – Nikiforos Stamatiadis and Terence Thomas
  • 1996 – Nikiforos Stamatiadis and Ken Agent
  • 1994 – Carl R. Dawson, Jr.
    • Runner-Up – Martin Bretherton, Jr.
  • 1993 – Martin Bretherton, Jr.
  • 1992 – Carl R. Dawson, Jr.
    • Runner-Up – Martin Bretherton, Jr.
  • 1991 – Sarath Joshua and Anthony Saka
    • Runner-Up – Marsha D. Anderson
  • 1990 – Jay Lindly (Honorable Mention)
  • 1989 – Craig M. Hanchey and Slade F. Exley
  • 1987 – Steve E. Meyer and Craig M. Hanchey
  • 1985 – John D. Tidwell
  • 1984 – J. Edwin Clark
  • 2016 Young Member – Jin Wang
  • 2016 Member – Tyson Graves, Bowman Kelly and Chris Cunningham
    • Runner-Up – Dr. O. Elsayed Ramadan and Dr. Virginia Sisiopiku
  • 2004 – Virginia Sisiopiku
    • Runner-Up – Marsha Anderson Bomar, James Gordon, and Randall Parker
  • 2003 – Carl Baughman
  • 2001 – Gene Arnold
    • Runner-Up – Carlton Urban
  • 2000 – Stephanie Kolb, John Hibbard and Karl Alf
    • Runner-Up – Andrew Graettinger, Tim Rushing, John McFadden
  • 1999 – Martin Bretherton
    • Runner-Up – Steven Henderson and Nikiforos Stamatiadis
  • 1998 – Lisa Aultman–Hall, Michael Hill and Ken Agent
    • Runner-Up – Martin Bretherton, Vince Edward and, Jun Miao
  • 1997 – Samantha S. Jones and Nikiforos Stamatiadis
  • 1996 – Martin Bretherton
    • Runner-Up – Mahzar Elhaz (Runner-Up)
  • 1995 – R. Clark Graves and Nick Stamatiadis
    • Runner-Up – Keith Sinclair, Todd Long, and James Polhman
    • Runner-Up – Darcy Bullock and Cesar A. Quiroga
  • 1992 – Martin Bretherton, John Moskaluk, and Scott Holcombe
  • 1991 – Hernan E. Pena and Howard R. Chapman (Honorable Mention)
  • 1990 – Anthony A. Saka
    • Runner-Up – Stanley Polanis
  • 1985 – Clifford C. Linkes
  • 1983 – Robert E. Stammer
    • Runner-Up – Harold M. Raynor, Jr.
  • 1982 – Darrell B. Skipper and John D. Edwards
    • Runner-Up – Joe M. Thomas
  • 1981 – Jack A. Butler
  • 1980 – Jerry Pigman and Joe Crabtree
  • 1978 – Raymond G. Welch and Leslie Henley
  • 1977 – Robert L. Wolfe, Jr.
    • Runner-Up – Charles V. Beger and Robert C. Deen
  • 1976 – T. Paul Weldon and Peter S. Parsonson
    • Runner-Up – Frank L. Dray
  • 1975 – Paul H. Wright and Leon S. Robertson
    • Runner-Up – Cyril B. Busbee
  • 1974 – Kenneth R. Agent
    • Runner-Up – Harold M. Raynor, Jr.
  • 1973 – Robert G. Corder
  • 1972 – Harold M. Raynor, Jr.

Additionally, individual sections of SDITE award their members for their accomplishments. Click on section links below to view these awards and their past winners.