Women in Engineering

Students say Joe Brown is among best engineering teachers at Tech

Joe Brown won the 2017 Women in Engineering Teaching Excellence Award April 11 for the postitive impact he's had on the lives of Georgia Tech's female engineering students. Two faculty members are recognized each year based on a survey of undergrad women in the College of Engineering. (File Photo)

Ask women studying engineering at Georgia Tech, and they’ll tell you Joe Brown has made a positive impact on their lives. He won the most votes in an annual survey of female College of Engineering students, earning him the Women in Engineering Teaching Excellence Award for 2017.

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

In fall Hyatt lecture, Montanye says relationships, curiosity, business skills key to a fulfilling engineering career

In the fall 2016 Hyatt Distinguished Alumni Leadership Lecture, Emmy Montanye, BCE 1982, offered five essential skills for young engineers to develop as they pursue their careers: Be curious and keeping learning, develop your personal brand, learn the business of engineering, develop your personal board of directors, develop others. (Photo: Jess Hunt-Ralston)

Emmy Montanye brought practical advice by the bucket-load to the Hyatt Distinguished Alumni Leadership Speaker Series Sept. 20. She used lessons from her experiences to offer students a guide to turning their engineering education into a fruitful career, sharing what she called five “buckets” of skills she’s picked up through her career paired with a practical example. Ultimately, they all came down to one thing: relationships.

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Women in Engineering selects Gadsby for 2016 Helen Grenga Award, gives scholarships to 18 others

Helen Grenga Award winner April Gadsby with Associate Chair Susan Burns.

Senior April Gadsby has won this year’s Helen Grenga Outstanding Engineer Award from Georgia Tech’s Women in Engineering. She received the award April 12 at the organization’s annual banquet.

Thursday, April 28, 2016

13 CEE students win Women in Engineering scholarships

hirteen School of Civil and Environmental Engineering students received nearly $15,000 in scholarships at the Women in Engineering banquet March 31. The scholarships come from corporate sponsors and recognize some of the College of Engineering’s top women students.

Friday, April 10, 2015
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