Sharani White still remembers every detail about the conversation with her parents after her first year at Georgia Tech. She had returned home to Gonzales, Louisiana, and had to tell them a difficult truth: She was struggling.
The Intelligent Transportation Society Georgia chapter has awarded scholarships to five School of Civil and Environmental Engineering students for their ideas about improving mobility in urban regions.
A group of leaders from the Georgia Tech chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers spent a few hours recently helping the International Women’s House in Decatur, Georgia, get new playground equipment for its young clients.
The Atlanta chapter of WTS has awarded scholarships to three School of Civil and Environmental Engineering students for 2017. They’ll now compete against nominees from every chapter for international scholarships from the WTS Foundation.
The School of Civil and Environmental Engineering is rolling out a new mentoring program this fall to connect students with alumni and engineering professionals who want to help them prepare for their post-college lives.
For the second year in a row, Georgia Tech’s undergraduate environmental engineering program jumped two spots in the most-visible rankings of engineering program, landing at No. 2 in the nation. Meanwhile, the civil engineering bachelor’s program maintained its second-place status in the U.S. News and World Report 2018 rankings released Sept. 12.
Tokyo, the largest metropolitan area in the world, is home to almost 38 million people. While “sustainability” might not be the word that comes to mind upon hearing about a city of this size and magnitude, the city manages to grow without depleting of Japan’s natural resources. That's why Tokyo was chosen as the setting for the new Japan Program on Sustainable Development — a collaboration between Georgia Tech's College of Engineering and Tokyo Tech.