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As luck would have it: Wick Moorman found serendipity in a life of railroading

Charles "Wick" Moorman (Photo: Gary Meek)

Luck seems antithetical to engineering. There are no equations, statistics or models for luck — there is no control. But to Wick Moorman, BSCE 1975, the recently retired chairman and CEO of railroad company Norfolk Southern, luck matters. It has, he insists, been a central force of his career.

Monday, April 18, 2016

Hyatt Lecture: From co-op to CEO, Wick Moorman shares lessons from a life in railroading

Charles "Wick" Moorman after delivering the Hyatt Distinguished Alumni Lecture. (Photo: Zonglin "Jack" Li)

Charles “Wick” Moorman talked about railroads, his experiences at Georgia Tech, and some of the things he learned as he rose to leadership of one of the nation’s five large railroad companies during the Hyatt Distinguished Alumni Leadership Lecture March 9.

Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Alumnus Wick Moorman among the newest members of the National Academy of Engineering

Charles "Wick" Moorman

Charles “Wick” Moorman has received one of the highest professional honors for an engineer: He is now a member of the National Academy of Engineering. The academy announced 80 new members February 8 as well as 22 new foreign members.

Monday, February 8, 2016

Slater receives Laboon award for academic, co-op excellence

Civil engineering undergraduate Corinna Slater has won this year’s Joe T. Laboon Award for co-op students, recognizing her academic and on-the-job excellence.

Wednesday, March 4, 2015
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