Circle of Honor


Medallions for the Circle of Honor recipients are placed around the outer circle of the Clock of Dreams on the Bromilow Mall.

Medallions for the Circle of Honor recipients are placed around the outer circle of the Clock of Dreams on the Bromilow Mall.

The Circle of Honor is the highest College of Engineering recognition of an individual for contributions to the engineering profession or the college. Membership is limited and is permanent. Thus, a person to be honored should be an alum or friend of the college who has distinguished his or herself at the highest levels through a career to which our students should aspire. This honor is awarded by the Dean of the College of Engineering based on the recommendation of the academic department heads and the deans of the college. Medallions for the Circle of Honor inductees are placed around the outer circle of the Clock of Dreams on the Bromilow Mall.

Jon S. Lindsay – 2013

Dan Arvizu – 2012

Alvy Ray Smith – 2012

C. Gerald “Jerry” King – 2008

Jerome “Jerry” Shaw – 2006

Robert W. Davis – 2005

Valerie Klipsch – 2005

Earl Goddard – 2004

George W. Lucky – 2003

Harold Brown – 1999

Paul W. Klipsch – 1998