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For the Love of CEE: Seniors Share Experiences

For the Love of CEE: Seniors Share Experiences

Nearly 100 civil and environmental engineering students will celebrate the end of their undergraduate careers May 20 at the XFINITY Center. Some will return in the fall to complete graduate degrees, while others will scatter to universities and jobs across the country.

Before they take that next step, though, four students took the time to look back at what made their years as a Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering undergraduate meaningful.

Aaron Leininger and Sung Ryoo will return to Glenn Martin Hall in the fall to complete their M.S. degrees. Michelle Solomon is headed west to continue her academic career at Colorado State University Boulder. And Hareesa Mohammed will join the team at Clark Construction in August as an entry-level engineer.

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May 15, 2017


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