Civil Engineering Assistant Professor Grant G. Schultz has been admitted to the grade of Fellow with the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE).
Schultz first attained membership in ITE in 1994 as a BYU student. Since that time he has spent six years in consulting and nine years in academia. Schultz has served ITE throughout his career including Student Chapter President at Texas A&M University and current service as co-advisor and mentor to the BYU Student Chapter and as a member of the International ITE Transportation Education Council Executive Committee. He was recently invited by the International President of ITE to serve on the International ITE Ethics Issues Committee.
Schultz is a registered Professional Engineer (PE) in Utah and a Professional Traffic Operations Engineer (PTOE) under the Transportation Professional Certification Board, Inc. He has conducted engineering and research studies and shared the results at presentations at local and national ITE meetings.
To be eligible for transfer to the grade of Fellow, an applicant must:
1) Have been in the grade of Member for at least five years.
2) Have attained significant professional stature which may be demonstrated by being a legally registered engineer, by having a peer-refereed license or certification based on education, examination and experience, or by comparable evidence of professional status as determined by the Board.
3) Have had responsible charge of important transportation or traffic engineering work including scientific, educational and managerial activities, for at least five years.
4) Have demonstrated an active commitment and contribution to the work of ITE or the profession.
5) Be recommended by five Fellow members of the Institute.
Approximately eleven percent of the total ITE memberships are Fellows.