Marcus Brewer, an associate research engineer at the Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI), has been selected as an Eno Fellow — a designation from the Eno Center for Transportation that highlights the top transportation graduates in the country. The Eno Center for Transportation is named after William Phelps Eno, a traffic control and regulation pioneer known as the Father of Traffic Safety.
Brewer has worked at TTI in various capacities since 2000 and is a Ph.D. candidate in the Zachry Department of Civil Engineering at Texas A&M. As part of the honor, Brewer attended the 2016 Eno Future Leaders Development Conference in Washington, D.C., designed for students in transportation-related fields. Following the conference, Brewer was among 20 students named Eno Fellows.
“Being selected to attend this conference and receive the Eno Fellow designation is a great honor,” Brewer says. “It’s a privilege to be associated not only with current elite graduate students, but so many past Eno Fellows from Texas A&M and TTI.”
Brewer is employed in TTI’s Roadway Design Program and has served on a number of committees of the Transportation Research Board. He’s currently a member of the Geometric Design and Managed Lanes Committees. He won the D. Grant Mickle Award in 2015.