Chloe Arson becomes an associate professor with tenure, effective August 15.
Georgia Tech President G.P. “Bud” Peterson recommended the promotion and awarding Arson tenure a few weeks ago.
Arson has been a member of the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering faculty since 2012, where she studies damage and healing mechanics in rocks.
Earlier this year, she won a National Science Foundation Early Career Development award to support her efforts in the coming years. She also recently attended the Frontiers of Engineering Education Symposium, an invitation-only gathering of scholars from around the world.
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