We’d like to know what you’re doing! Let us know about job changes and advancements, awards and honors, degree announcements, book publishing, marriages, births and adoptions … you get the idea. Photos of alumni are welcome. (Digital photos in high resolution, 300 dpi or better, please.) Due to limited space, we may edit your submission for brevity.ISU CCEE Alumni Notes Submission Form
- Richard Handy ('51 B.S. geology, '53 M.S. geology, '56 Ph.D. civil engineering, Anson Marston Distinguished Professor Emeritus) - “'Being 70 doesn’t make me an antique!' That’s what I said regarding my new textbook on foundation engineering. It was published Jan. 10, 2020, by McGraw-Hill. I also recently retired as president of a company that makes soil and rock test instruments invented at Iowa State. Maybe it will give me more time for writing.”
- Robert Britson ('73 M.E. civil engineering) - "Engineers are vital to protecting the public safety. The damage of Hurricane Michael here in Panama City was a microcosm of the destruction created from the Florida Gulf Coast well into Georgia. It illustrated how advances in engineering education and design have improved outcomes for structures in natural disasters."
- Brian Laartz ('84 B.S. civil engineering) - ENR’s regional editors have recognized Brian with the magazine’s 2019 Colorado Legacy Award.
- Rebekkah (Nelson) Standt (‘06 civil engineering) has been named Young Engineer of the Year for the Texas Chapter of the American Public Works Association, Southeast Branch.