Dr. Cecil Huey
Emeritus Professor & Undergraduate Program Coordinator
Mechanical & Manufacturing Systems
Office: 106B Fluor Daniel Building
Cecil Huey joined the faculty in 1975 after serving as an assistant professor for two years at Georgia Southern University. He teaches and conducts research in the general area of machine design. His work usually involves the development of novel machines and mechanisms for manufacturing applications, most recently the development of methods for three dimensional braiding/weaving.
He is a member of ASME, ASEE, the Society for the History of Technology, and the Society for Industrial Archaeology and is a registered Professional Engineer. Dr. Huey has been the recipient of many awards some of which include the 1998 Murray Stokely Award for Teaching Excellence, the Eugene H. Bishop Teaching Award given by the Pi Tau Sigma Student Council and the 1995 Class of ‘39 Award for Excellence.
PhD, Clemson Univ, 1973
MS, Clemson Univ, 1968
BS, Clemson Univ, 1965
Kinematics and design.