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Georgia Tech Ranks High Again on List of Nation's Top Civil and Environmental Engineering Undergrad Programs
U.S. News & World Report has released its 2024 list of the nation’s best undergraduate engineering programs, cementing the top tier reputation of civil and environmental engineering at Georgia Tech.
Remaining Civil: 125 Years of Civil Engineering at Georgia Tech
At Georgia Tech, civil engineering has grown and evolved significantly since the program was established 125 years ago. What began with one instructor and a handful of students is now one of the top programs in the nation.
Hyatt Lecture: Jose Bern Shares the Power of Understanding and Influencing People
Jose Bern, CE 95, spoke to students during the Fall 2023 Hyatt Lecture about the importance of branching out and learning new skills to achieve success over the course of their careers.
Eleven Appointed as BBISS Faculty Fellows
Assistant Professor Jennifer Kaiser and Professor Jian Luo have been selected as faculty fellows for the Brook Byers Institute for Sustainable Systems. Among other things, they will foster the culture and community of sustainability researchers, educators, and students at Georgia Tech.
Aimee Ogando Selected as Ramblin' Royalty Honoree
The Ramblin’ Royalty selection process begins with nominations from student organizations. The top candidates then participate in multiple interviews before being selected as a finalist. Fourth-year civil engineering student Aimee Ogando was selected as one of two 2023 Ramblin' Royalty honorees following a vote by Georgia Tech students.
Georgia Tech Team Takes Top Prize for Stormwater Infrastructure Design
A team from Georgia Tech won first place at the annual Water Environment Federation’s Technical Exhibition and Conference (WEFTEC) “Water Environment” international student design competition in Chicago on Oct. 1.
SGA Leaders See Opportunity as Georgia Tech Reaches ‘Inflection Point’
Third-year environmental engineering student Harrison Baro is now the executive vice president of the undergraduate Student Government Association. The new leaders begin their terms at a critical moment in Georgia Tech’s history and want to bring students to the table.
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