University of Arkansas Scholar Honored by the American Society for Engineering Management

Heather Nachtmann, associate dean for research and professor of industrial engineering at the University of Arkansas, has received the Bernard Sarchet Award from the American Society for Engineering Management.

The Sarchet Award is the highest award given by the society. It recognizes a lifetime of achievement in the engineering management field and is named after one of the founding fathers of the academic discipline of engineering management. It annually recognizes an individual who has made significant contributions over an extended period to the discipline and the society and who exemplifies the highest standards of professionals in engineering management.

Dr. Nachtmann has been with the College of Engineering since 2000, starting as an assistant professor in the department of industrial engineering. She was promoted to full professor in 2013. Professor Nachtmann also serves as the director of the Maritime Transportation Research and Education Center and the Mack-Blackwell Transportation Center at the University of Arkansas.

Professor Nachtmann, holds a bachelor’s degree, a master’s degree, and a Ph.D. in industrial engineering, all from the University of Pittsburgh.

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