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Graduate Student Pam Hoover presents at the 28th Tennessee Water Resources Symposium (TWRS)

Apr. 17, 2019—Graduate Student Pam Hoover presents at the 28th Tennessee Water Resources Symposium held on April, 10-12, 2019. She discussed “Trends in Addressing Taste & Order Issues using PAC- A case study looking at Water Treatment in Nashville, TN”.    

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Professor Camp selected for the 2019 Outstanding Young Alumnus Award

Mar. 26, 2019—Dr. Janey Camp was selected as the recipient of the 2019 Outstanding Young Alumnae Award by the Executive Board of the Tennessee Tech Alumni Association. This award is presented for outstanding accomplishments in profession, business, community, state or nation which bring a high level of honor and pride to the University. All nominee must meet the...

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Professor Hiba Baroud selected as the first VU Chancellor ‘s Public Voices Fellow

Jan. 25, 2019—Congratulations Dr. Baroud! The Chancellor’s Public Voice Fellowship is a new program designed to expand Vanderbilt’s global reach by amplifying the impact of faculty research through media training and enhanced strategic communications. Dr. Baroud’s project on Measuring Impact and Building Resilience in infrastructure will be featured in the program.

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Professor Hiba Baroud featured in December 2018 ASCE Magazine

Jan. 23, 2019—Congrats to Professor Baroud on your featured article in the American Society of Civil Engineers Magazine (ASCE) entitled Vanderbilt Course Teaches Risk, Reliability, and Resilience. ASCE Magazine Digital Edition      

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Post Doctoral Scholar Leah Dundon attends UNFCCC COP24 and Transport Day in Katowice, Poland

Jan. 4, 2019—    Post Doctoral Scholar Leah attends UNFCCC  COP24 and  Transport Day as part of COP24 events. This year, the international climate negotiations (COP24) took place in Katowice, Poland, from December 2 to 14, 2018.    

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VECTOR Ph.D. Students Will Barbour & Charles Doktycz named as recipients of the 2019 Dwight David Eisenhower Fellowship from US DOT

Dec. 14, 2018—The Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship Program (DDETFP) awards fellowships to students pursuing degrees in transportation-related disciplines. Graduate Students Will Barbour and Charles Doktycz will received this award at the 2019 Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting in Washington, DC in January. Congrats Charles & Will! Four PhD students win prestigious Eisenhower transportation fellowships

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Postdoctoral Scholar Leah Dundon tours Alstom train manufacturing facility in Katowice, Poland

Dec. 14, 2018—  Alstom designed and built the world’s first hydrogen powered train now in commercial service.      Learn more about Alstom.  

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Professor Mark Abkowitz has been appointed to the Editorial Board of Sustainability

Nov. 28, 2018—Sustainability, is a scholarly, peer-reviewed journal focused on environmental, cultural, economic, and social sustainability of human beings. Congrats Professor Abkowitzon on your appointment!              

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VECTOR faculty plays integral part in successful application for $4.5M, three-year federal grant focused on Mobility

Nov. 7, 2018—Vanderbilt University receives $4.5M grant, will match to help fund MoveVU mobility plan by Heidi Hall Nov. 7, 2018, 11:19 AM Chancellor Nicholas S. Zeppos (pictured) and Tennessee Department of Transportation Commissioner John Schroer announced a $4.5 million CMAQ grant, which the university will match, at the FutureVU Mobility Expo Nov. 6 at the Wond’ry. (Susan Urmy/Vanderbilt)...

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Professor Janey Camp Appointed to the new ASCE State Government Relations & Grassroots Committee

Nov. 7, 2018—Congratulation Professor Janey Camp! Her appointment to the ASCE SGRG Committee is for FY2019 and will run through September 2019. The committee will focus on how to better support ASCE members participating in state-level advocacy.     

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