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    The Georgia Informatics Institutes hosted its second annual Advancing Informatics in Government and Industry event last Friday. Organized by a committee representing member units from across the university, events included panels, speakers, and student posters on challenges and state of the art solutions with an interdisciplinary, comprehensive focus on informatics. Thank you to all of the College of Engineering students and faculty who #CommitTo sharing their groundbreaking research and ideas!

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    Todd Bridges, the U.S. Army’s Senior Research Scientist for Environmental Science, has joined the University of Georgia College of Engineering as an adjunct faculty member.

    Bridges leads a variety of research, development and environmental initiatives for the U.S. Army and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. He is the National Lead for the Corps of Engineers’ Engineering with Nature® (EWN®) Initiative, a network of research projects, field demonstrations, and communication activities designed to promote sustainable, resilient infrastructure systems. The USACE EWN® Initiative and UGA’s Institute for Resilient Infrastructure Systems (IRIS) are collaborating on a range of research, demonstration, and communication projects.

    Learn more: https://goo.gl/XQ6oJW

    The UGA College of Engineering's Rawad Saleh and his team of graduate students are committed to exploring combustion emissions and their impact on air quality and climate. It's research that can have a positive impact on people around the world and their quality of life.

    The University of Georgia broke ground on the new Interdisciplinary Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (I-STEM) Research Building on Tuesday, Nov. 27.

    Expected to open in summer 2021, the building will provide space for faculty and graduate students in chemistry and engineering. The facility represents the future of research and education in the STEM fields at UGA.

    Learn more: https://news.uga.edu/construction-of-new-i-stem-building-begins/

    We're empowering a new generation of engineers. Join us. Visit gail.uga.edu/giving-tuesday to make your commitment. #GivingTuesday

    Groundbreaking for the University of Georgia's new ISTEM Building is set for next week. The Interdisciplinary Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Research Building will house engineering, chemistry and related disciplines to promote collaborations between students, faculty and researchers.

    “The new ISTEM Research Building provides an exciting opportunity to take the collaborative strengths of UGA to a whole new level,” said Rawad Saleh, assistant professor of engineering at UGA. "Having our laboratories co-located in the Interdisciplinary STEM Building will be a major contributor to the success of our collaborative research.”

    Learn more: https://goo.gl/mm4gij

    Congratulations to #UGA23 early action admits!

    Today, we welcome the first members of the Class of 2023 to the Bulldog family!

    Early action decisions will go out late this afternoon. Join us in congratulating these students!

    The Georgia Engineering Foundation presented scholarships to 12 UGA College of Engineering students at last night's GEF Scholarship Awards Banquet in Atlanta. The scholarship program attracted more than 1,000 applications this year.

    Congratulations to John May, John Hoover, Rachel Whitten, Braxton Goodnight, Grace Summers, Madison Smith, Mary Clark , Morgan Hodgkinson, Jeff Fitz, Rosemary Brunner, Logan Bilcik, and William Barrineau.

    UGA College of Engineering faculty and staff, including Dean Donald Leo, Stephan Durham, Lauren Anglin, and Amber Juncker joined students at the event.

    Congratulations to the Bulldog Engineers named to the UGA Alumni Association's Bulldog 100! This year's list of fastest-growing businesses owned or operated by UGA alumni include four companies led by engineering graduates: Baseline Surveying & Engineering, Watkinsville (Jason Lawson, BSAE '02); DT Productions, Athens (Sam Birdsong, BSENVE '14); Moore Civil Consulting, Inc., Hawkinsville (Robert Moore, BSAE '04); and Smith Planning Group LLC, Watkinsville (Ed Lane, BSAE '05).

    To view the alphabetical list of honorees and to learn more about the Bulldog 100, see www.alumni.uga.edu/b100