On the 2013 CEE alumni trip to San Francisco, we inspected a true engineering marvel: the reconstruction of the 625-meter-long east span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. It is the first-ever, single-tower, self-anchored suspension (SAS) bridge. Heavily damaged in the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake, the bridge is the largest public infrastructure project in California history. Learn more about our tour. Alumni also had the opportunity to tour Muir Woods, Sonoma, North Beach, and other local sights. We've visited San Francisco, Panama, New Orleans, Las Vegas, DC, and New York. Where will we go next?
CEE depends on our alumni. That means you. The education we give students in our classrooms, research labs, and co-ops is important, but it's not everything. In their diversity and their success, CEE alumni inspire current and future students to work harder, smarter, and more successfully.
You can help us keep that tradition going.
CEE alumni are industry experts, leaders, and game-changers. We often call upon our alumni to visit campus as guest lecturers in classrooms and special events. CEE alumni also serve as mentors for our students and give valuable direction to the School through the External Advisory Board. For more information about the EAB, contact Lisa Tuttle at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To find out more about all alumni programs, visit the Georgia Tech Alumni Association.
CEE alumnus John Huff elected to the National Academy of Engineering
Alumni go Everywhere!
Every year, CEE alumni are engaged in many activities - from a homecoming game in October to the Panama Canal in the spring to a mentoring session with one of our students, almost any time of year. Wherever they are, they make us proud.
Tell us your alumni story.