Faculty & Staff

Bras, DesRoches, Messner awarded Gold & White Honors for service to Georgia Tech


Members of the CEE community were recognized by the Georgia Tech Alumni Association for their achievements, dedication to the Institute, and commitment to service as part of the 2022 class of Gold & White Honorees.

Friday, March 4, 2022

Laurence Jacobs Tapped as Institute's First Senior Vice Provost for Education and Learning

Laurence Jacobs smiles for a photograph.

Laurence J. Jacobs has been selected as Georgia Tech’s senior vice provost for Education and Learning (SVP-EL) in the newly established office, effective Feb.14.

Thursday, February 10, 2022

The Flow of Innovation

Georgia Tech’s Hydraulics Lab studies environmental fluid dynamics across various STEM disciplines

Thursday, February 3, 2022

Trends to Watch in 2022

A woman wearing a blue surgical map looks at her smartphone as a bus drives by

We asked Georgia Tech faculty and research experts to forecast what they see as potential trends for the coming year, based on recent events and what’s on the horizon. 

Tuesday, January 25, 2022

Arson Selected for National Science Foundation’s BRITE Award

A portrait of Associate Professor Chloe Arson with trees in the background

Associate Professor Chloé Arson has been selected for a 2021 BRITE Award from the National Science Foundation, providing funding that will allow her to take her research in a new direction. 

Tuesday, January 11, 2022

CEE professor offers tips for planning air travel this holiday season

An airplane flies through the sky over a setting sun

The world continues to experience the day-to-day impact of supply chain issues. Laurie Garrow, a professor of civil engineering and co-director of the Center for Urban and Regional Air Mobility at Georgia Tech, offers insight into what consumers can expect this holiday season in terms of air travel demand, airline operations, and tips for consumer travel planning.

Friday, December 3, 2021

Modeling Water-cleansing Wetlands in Extreme Weather

Researchers Chloé Arson, Thomas DiChristina, and Martial Taillefert stand near wetlands on Georgia Tech’s campus

The cycle of rising temperatures leads to increases in precipitation as well as droughts.  But what impact will these weather extremes, especially heavier precipitation, have on the earth’s most effective water cleansers – wetland sediments?  Chloé Arson, Thomas DiChristina, and Martial Taillefert near wetlands on Georgia Tech’s campus

Thursday, November 4, 2021


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