Community is what matters to Giuliana Stovall, in life and in career

Guiliana Stovall sits on a bench with her roller derby roller skates. Stovall, a long-time roller derby player, knew she would continue to skate when she came to Georgia Tech. And since Tech had no outlet, she founded Yellow Jacket Roller Derby. (Photo Courtesy: Giuliana Stovall)

Giuliana Stovall is pretty sure she knows one of every 64 students at Georgia Tech.

Wednesday, May 1, 2019

A dream fulfilled: Dennard got in and got out

Sam Dennard, who graduates May 5 from Georgia Tech with a bachelor's in civil engineering and a job at Pond & Company waiting. (Photo: Rob Felt)

Sam Dennard was determined to attend Georgia Tech. The Suwanee, Georgia, resident started his secondary education while at Lambert High School as a dual enrollee at Gainesville State College (now the University of North Georgia). He thought transferring into Tech would go smoothly. It didn't.

Friday, May 4, 2018

Georgia-grown grads: Sanders celebrates two graduations, two degrees

Austin Sanders, who graduates from Georgia Tech with his bachelor's in civil engineering May 5. (Photo: Allison Carter)

After graduating from Georgia Tech, Austin Sanders will graduate again one week later. He is part of the dual-degree program between Georgia Tech and Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville, Georgia, and he'll finish with honors from both universities.

Wednesday, May 2, 2018

Struggling at Tech, Sharani White almost transferred; instead, she graduates this fall with a job and grad school waiting

Sharani White poses in her cap and gown with Midtown Atlanta in the background. White struggled in her first year, to the point that she almost had to transfer. But now she's finished her civil engineering degree and has been accepted to graduate school. (Photo: Titilayo Funso)

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.

Thursday, December 14, 2017

With Gratitude: 2 graduates on how they got to and through Georgia Tech

Master's students Himanshu Wad and Helen Heindl. (Photo: Rob Felt)

Civil engineering master’s students Helen Heindl and Himanshu Wad share how they got to — and through — Georgia Tech. They are among the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering students earning their degrees this fall.

Friday, December 16, 2016

Tech Reflections: Graduating senior Raunac Khandaker sees her future in academics, research

A screencapture from civil engineering senior Raunac Khandaker's "Tech Reflections" audio slideshow.

Senior Raunac Khandaker tells her Georgia Tech story, including why she came to college here and why she's sticking around after graduation.

Thursday, December 15, 2016

Breedlove, Clough headline spring commencement ceremonies

The School of Civil and Environmental Engineering will be well represented at this weekend’s commencement ceremonies — and not just among those receiving their degrees.

Friday, May 1, 2015

Hooding ceremony celebrates our newest batch of leaders and experts

The first of three Commencement ceremonies this weekend was a special celebration Friday morning for students completing their doctorates. Faculty members presented their graduating Ph.D. students with their doctoral hood, a traditional part of the academic regalia.

Friday, December 12, 2014
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