The Intelligent Transportation Society of Georgia rewarded five School of Civil and Environmental Engineering students with scholarships Nov. 14. The 2018 Wayne Shackelford Engineering Scholarships support student involvement in transportation engineering.
Once again, women studying transportation engineering at Georgia Tech have swept the WTS Atlanta chapter scholarship competition. Now, they’ll each compete with other chapter winners from across the nation.
For the third consecutive year — and the fourth in the last five — Georgia Tech’s civil engineering bachelor’s degree has been ranked No. 2 in the nation, and both undergraduate programs remain in the top four.
Environmental engineering senior Megan Haynes believes in the power of relationships. Maybe that explains why a challenge from her thermodynamics instructor in the fall has turned into a fruitful partnership with a mechanical engineering mentor and led her to reconsider where the future may lead.
When most students’ phones ring in class, it’s a friend or a parent or someone else who can wait. For Rachel Brashear, though, ignoring that phone call could slow progress on an $11 million renovation of Georgia Tech’s Van Leer Building.