Jonathan Brower
January 27, 2017

Jonathan Brower’s official title with the ASCE Texas Section’s Dallas Branch is Civil Engineering Club Champion – emphasis on “champion.” Brower has been mentoring students and...
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Erica "Sunny" Mullen
January 27, 2017

Not many civil engineers have an apprenticeship like this one. Erica Mullen, known to everyone in her life as Sunny, spent much of her childhood in the gym, honing her gymnastics skills on the...
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Chad Norvell
January 27, 2017

They say no one knows you like you do. Chad Norvell’s career validates the cliche. He began college studying architecture, and he enjoyed it, but he couldn’t help feeling that his true...
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NewFacesCollege2017R
January 12, 2017

Congratulations to ASCE’s 2017 class of New Faces of Civil Engineering – College. Make a mental note of the names of these budding engineers. They’re already demonstrating the potential to...
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ASCE members enjoy the OPAL Awards Gala. Photo by David Hathcox for ASCE.
March 18, 2016

The awards went to individuals, but the honor seemed to go to something bigger, something shared. The 2016 ASCE Outstanding Projects And Leaders Awards Gala showcased the best of civil...
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Zane McGhee in Ecuador.
February 25, 2016

At the end of a long week of classes, Zane McGhee looks forward to more school. Elementary school. McGhee, S.M.ASCE, a junior civil engineering student at the University of South Carolina,...
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Gao
February 25, 2016

Yijie Gao has adjusted well to her new life in America – except for one problem. “The food is so different,” Gao laughed. “I actually discovered some good Mexican food recently, but...
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Steven Mezzacappa in 
Panama.
February 25, 2016

Steven Mezzacappa talks fast and works even faster. He has to move quickly, given an enormous roster of activities and club memberships –on top of a full architectural engineering course load as...
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Rachel Grafman rows for the University of Maryland concrete canoe team.
February 25, 2016

Most typical civil engineering origin stories include variations of the phrases “liked building things as a kid” or “loved math and science in high school.” And why not? They’re almost...
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Strauss
February 25, 2016

Micah Strauss is passionate about wildlife. But he also respects the value of the built environment. Seeking to combine the two, he might be on to something big. “There is immense overlap...
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