Unlocking Panama: CEE Alumni Event in Panama

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In late March 2012, the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering hosted its 5th annual Alumni Weekend in Panama. This was the first alumni weekend hosted outside of the United States, and more than 100 participants joined us. The country of Panama has a very rich and diverse history, as well as a large population of Georgia Tech alumni who were heavily involved in the planning and execution of the event. The agenda included such highlights as behind-the-scenes tours of the new Panama City Metro project, the Miraflores Locks, the Panama Canal expansion project, the Gamboa Rainforest, as well as a Saturday evening gala event featuring Panamanian Vice President and GT Alumnus Juan Carlos Varela. The slideshow, below, gives a hint at the excitement of this venture.

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PRESENTATIONS

Dr. Jaehong Kim, Carlton S. Wilder Associate Professor of Environmental Engineering
 
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Roberto R. Roy, Executive Secretary (Cabinet Level), El Metro de Panamá

CEU CREDIT

This event will qualify for approximately 1.2 CEUs as indicated by Georgia Tech's Distance Learning and Professional Education program. At the conclusion of the event, attendees can request their CEU record by emailing transcripts@dlpe.gatech.edu. For verification purposes, attendees must request their records using the same email address with which they registered.

2012 EVENT PROGRAM

2012 Unlocking Panama program cover page

 

 

 

 

 

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