Clinton's leadership as a member of numerous international societies and federations has resulted in many successful initiatives, such as promoting the development of engineering capabilities in developing countries through accreditation, licensing and knowledge transfer, and the publication of a "Guidebook for Capacity Building in Engineering."
After serving in the U.S. Air Force, Clinton worked at the firm of Lockwood, Andrews and Newman, Inc. for 41 years. He retired as senior vice president, director and corporate secretary. He is a former president of the National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE), the Texas Society of Professional Engineers, the Engineers Council of Houston, the Houston Engineering & Scientific Society and the Council of Engineering Companies of Texas.
Clinton has served as a member of the United States Council of International Engineering Practice, and as the NSPE representative to the Union Pan American de Asociaciones de Ingenieros and the World Federation of Engineering Organizations (WFEO). He is currently president of the WFEO Committee on Engineering Capacity Building and has organized and participated in capacity building sessions in India, Brazil and Kuwait.
He received civil engineering degrees from Texas A&M University and Stanford University.
The Kenneth Andrew Roe Award is presented on behalf of the engineering community to recognize an engineer who has been effective in promoting unity among the engineering societies.
Joan Hodges Queneau Palladium Medal
Clifford W. Randall, Ph.D.
Dr. Clifford W. Randall received the Joan Hodges Queneau Palladium Medal for leading the cooperative efforts of engineers, scientists and environmentalis
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