Meeting this Thursday!

We will be having a meeting this Thursday, January 29th, at 11am in ES&T L1125 with Dr. Tom Debo (description below)! Lunch will be provided.

Dr. Tom Debo, PE, will be speaking about design and implementation of innovative stormwater management practices, including the current stormwater management measures that are being taken at Georgia Tech! A professor in the School of City and Regoinal Planning, Dr. Debo has over three decades of experience dealing with stormwater management, including development of hydraulic and hydrologic computer programs, engineering design handbooks (such as the Georgia Stormwater Management Manual), local policies, and technical and engineering studies and designs. He is a fantastic speaker, and is asked to speak at conferences and in other venues all over the world.

Spring 2015 Events Calendar

Check out what’s happening this semester!

Spring 2015 Events Calendar

General Body Meeting this Thursday! (11/6)

There will be a meeting this Thursday hosted by CH2M Hill!

Lunch will be provided (Pizza) and be sure to bring your resumes!

 

Other Items:

GAWP-Young Professionals Lunch & Learn
Details and registration can be found here: http://gawp.site-ym.com/events/event_details.asp?id=518054. Promo flyer attached!
Contact Shira at sglabman@gatech.edu for carpool or questions!

 

AEES Panel Discussion – November 13th @4:30pm
As you all know, the annual panel discussion is our biggest event of the fall. This year, we’ve invited experts to discuss agricultural practices and its impact on the environment. It is going to be a lively and very interesting debate, and we really want to have strong attendance. Plus, we’ll have yummy hors d’oeuvres afterwards!

 

Call for leaders!
We’re looking for a Social Chair and Volunteer Coordinator for the Spring Semester! Please fill out this Google form if you’re interested!

 

Outstanding Student Nominations

The Association of Environmental Engineers and Scientists (AEES) is calling for nominations for Georgia Tech’s most outstanding candidates across all academic levels in environmental engineering. Each year AEES recognizes three outstanding students in environmental engineering: one Bachelors student, one Masters student, and one Doctoral candidate. Award criteria include various areas such as class performance, service activities, involvement in the environmental engineering program and associated events, professional activities, and participation in teaching and research. Students must be currently enrolled for the Fall semester and undergraduates should have completed at least 60% of the necessary credit hours for graduation. Bachelor degree candidates may be majoring in civil engineering with a focus in the environment.

If you know someone who qualifies for this prestigious award, please give him or her your nomination. Both students and professors can make a nomination and one individual may make multiple nominations. Students may also nominate themselves!  Award winners will be publicly announced at the annual Spring Symposium hosted by AEES. Each winner will receive a monetary scholarship and an award certificate.

Please submit award nominations via email (aeessymposium@gmail.com) by Friday, November 21. Include the nominee’s name and award for which they are being nominated (i.e. Best Bachelors student, Best Masters student, or Best Ph.D. student).

And We’re Back!

Welcome back, AEES!

We’ll be having our first general body meeting of the semester today, Aug. 28. Lunch will be provided, so come and enjoy a free lunch as you learn about AEES and the opportunities you can get involved with!

Where: ES&T L1205

When: Thursday, Aug. 28 from 11am-12pm

 

Hope to see you there!