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Hyatt speaker Wassim Selman offers his one key factor for success: Always keep people in the equation

Wassim Selman, a triple alumnus of the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, delivered the fall 2018 lecture in the Kenneth Hyatt Distinguished Alumni Leadership Speaker Series Oct. 2. Selman focused on the importance of keeping people in the equation — and even presented his own equation for how to do that. (Photo: Qiusen Huang)

Hyatt speaker Wassim Selman did a little bit of time traveling in his presentation to School of Civil and Environmental Engineering students, faculty and alumni Oct. 2.

Tuesday, October 2, 2018

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

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
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