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Business Chronicle names Moody one of Atlanta’s most-admired CEOs

Alumnus C. David Moody Jr., who made the Atlanta Business Chronicle's list of the city’s most-admired chief executives.

Alumnus C. David Moody Jr. joined a who’s who of Atlanta business leaders at an Atlanta Business Chronicle event Aug. 24 honoring the city’s most-admired chief executives.

Friday, September 1, 2017

Alumna Shank honored at BET’s Black Girls Rock awards

Screenshot of the BET Black Girls Rock! 2017 webpage, featuring alumna Suzanne Shank and other winners, Issa Rae, Maxine Waters, Natalie and Derrica Wilson, Roberta Flack, and Yara Shahidi.

Television network BET has honored civil engineering alumna Suzanne Shank with one of its 2017 Black Girls Rock! Awards. Shank won the Shot Caller award for her trailblazing career on Wall Street.

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Arcadis picks three young alumnae for its 2017 Global Shapers program

Social media flyer for Arcadis Global Shapers 2017 in Malaysia. Three people smiling at laptops and a photo of the Kuala Lumpur skyline.

Three recent alumnae will travel to Malaysia in October as part of a group of promising young professionals at engineering firm Arcadis.Yashika Agarwalla, Kelsey Eichbauer and Ana Jayaro are three of the 14 employees selected for the 2017 group from North America.

Monday, August 7, 2017

TruePani goes with the flow and adjusts approach in quest to make drinking water safe

Going with the Flow: On their entrepreneurial quest to make drinking water safe for all, two new Tech alumnae stand as testimony to the gumption and perseverance necessary to sustain a startup.

From conversations revolving around parts per billion and EPA standards, to meetings about investment funds, to deliberations on branding and marketing strategy, recently graduated Yellow Jackets Shannon Evanchec and Samantha Becker agree that there’s no such thing as a typical workday when you’ve founded a startup.

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Building her business and Colombian engineers’ capacity: Global Atlanta profiles alumna Guiomar Obregon

Global Atlanta website story featuring civil engineering alumna Guiomar Obregon.

Guiomar Obregon has been helping build Atlanta through the engineering firm she started almost 20 years ago. The 1993 master’s graduate in civil engineering is also helping build the skills and reputation of engineers from Colombia, where she grew up.

Monday, July 3, 2017

Companies say affiliates program nets them recruits, interns, and deeper ties with CEE

Students wait to meet with company representatives at the 2016 School of Civil and Environmental Engineering Career Expo. Among the firms that had success recruiting at the event were ARCADIS and Skanska, who were inaugural members of the School’s Corporate Affiliates Program and had prominent placement at the expo. (Photo: Jess Hunt-Ralston)

For Adam Gersh, the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering’s Corporate Affiliates Program has been about efficiency. For Jimmy Mitchell, being a corporate affiliate of the School has been about relationships.

Monday, June 19, 2017

Alumni Calhoun, Vecellio elected to the National Academy of Construction

Alumni Leo Vecellio and Bill Calhoun have been selected as fellows of the National Academy of Construction. (Photos Courtesy: Vecellio Group and Clark Construction)

The National Academy of Construction has honored two School of Civil and Environmental Engineering alumni as part of its 2017 membership class, Bill Calhoun Jr. and Leo Vecellio Jr.

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Journal names Ivey’s paper on sourcing and counting pollution from atmospheric reactions the best of 2016

A paper that grew from Cesunica Ivey's doctoral research in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering has been named one of the two best papers in Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering for 2016. The article outlines a new way to estimate the amount and source of secondary PM2.5 pollution in the air.

Cesunica Ivey’s paper outlining a new way to estimate the amount and source of air pollution has been named one of the two best articles published in 2016 in the journal Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering.

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Alumni-founded company pioneers a new way to keep the water flowing in rural communities

A company founded by Georgia Tech students is pioneering a new model for helping rural communities in developing countries maintain — and sustain — water security.

For water to come flowing clear and clean from the tap, a lot has to go right. In the United States and other developed countries, people largely take for granted that all systems — mechanical, electrical, structural, and chemical — are go. And if they aren’t, someone can and will quickly determine what went wrong and get it fixed. But in many areas around the world, it’s a different story.

Monday, May 22, 2017

These two alumni help make Atlanta’s everyday commute better, saving drivers time and money

Traffic moves through the interchange at Ashford-Dunwoody Road and Interstate 285 in Atlanta's Perimeter area. The busy district is one of several areas where the Georgia Department of Transportation and some School of Civil and Environmental Engineering alumni at Kimley-Horn and Associates are using advanced technology and traffic signal timing to maximize the flow of traffic. (Photo Courtesy: Kimley-Horn and Associates)

The next time you’re sitting at a red light and cursing traffic, remember: it could be significantly worse. In fact, it would be worse for a number of major commuting corridors in the Atlanta area — if not for the efforts of people like two Georgia Tech civil engineering alumni who are involved in a pacesetting state program to make traffic flow more smoothly.

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

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