Three School of Civil and Environmental Engineering graduate students are among this year’s group of ARCS Scholars. Elizabeth Nadelman won her third year of support from the Achievement Rewards for College Scientists program. Josephine Bates is a two-time ARCS Scholar, and Anna Skipper received the scholarship for the first time.
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.
After he graduates next month, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering Ph.D. candidate Nathaniel Tindall is headed to Austria, thanks to a scholarship from the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis.
Doctoral student Simon Berrebi collected more financial support Nov. 6 for his idea to improve how buses run their routes. The latest, the Wayne Shackelford Scholarship, comes from the Intelligent Transportation Society of Georgia.
Doctoral candidate Margaret-Avis Akofio-Sowah has won the Leadership Legacy Scolarship from the Atlanta chapter of Women’s Transportation Seminar (now known simply as WTS). She’ll receive her award later this month at a special luncheon and now competes with other winners across the country for the national Beverley Swaim Staley Leadership Legacy Scholarship.