The University of Arkansas College of Engineering honored Drew Harrison of Little Rock, Ark., vice president of operations at Harrison Energy Partners, at its annual banquet. Harrison received the Early Career Award. This award recognizes exceptional professional and personal achievements of engineers who have attended the College of Engineering in the past 20 years. The College of Engineering Alumni Awards Banquet was held Saturday, April 5 at the Springdale Holiday Inn and Convention Center.
“Our alumni are one of our college’s biggest strengths and their accomplishments speak directly to the quality of our academic program,” said Dean John English at the banquet, which honored 14 alumni. “We are proud of all our alumni but this group is a sample of our very best.”
Harrison is from Little Rock. After graduating from the U of A in 2000 with a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering, he began his career at the Austin, Texas Trane office. He then joined Harrison Energy Partners and moved to Springdale, Ark. He was then promoted to vice president for service and moved to the Little Rock office.
Harrison has been active in the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers, and he served on the steering committee for the Central Texas EWeek.