Cesunica “Sunni” Ivey, Ph.D. EnvE 16, has been recognized as one of Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN) Talented Twelve for her work in developing techniques for air quality monitoring and modeling to expose the inequalities of air pollution exposure.
Four recent Georgia Tech graduates were selected as Fulbright recipients for the 2021-22 school year. The Fulbright U.S Student Program provides grants for individually designed study/research projects or for English Teaching Assistant Programs. Candidates submit a proposal defining activities to take place during one academic year in a participating country outside the U.S.
As graduate students, we put in many hours of time together training to be environmental researchers. Like many early career researchers, we were motivated by the possibilities environmental science and engineering offers to make meaningful societal impacts. Now advancing our careers at different institutions, we have found that in order to achieve this goal we must often be more than good researchers.
As a scientist, opinion leader, and advocate, Gretchen Goldman is dedicated to advancing the use of science in policy decisions to benefit the public good. In her unique role at the intersection of science, policy, advocacy, and mass media communication, Goldman testifies before Congress, appears on major news networks such as CNN and NPR, and lectures around the country.
Jacob Tzegaegbe, CE 11, MS CE 13, was selected to be part of the Georgia Tech Alumni Association’s first 40 Under 40 list. The honorees were selected from more than 250 individuals nominated by colleagues, peers, and Georgia Tech faculty this April.