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Nora Stanton Blatch Barney graduated with a degree in Civil Engineering in 1905 as the first women to do so from any U.S. engineering school. The daughter and granddaughter of suffragists, her groundbreaking career included working for the NY Public Service Commission as an assistant engineer (1912-1913), and later for the Public Works Administration in CT and RI as architect, engineering inspector and structural-steel designer.


Welcome CEE graduates (there are over 4500 of you)! You are the cornerstone of the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering. You live and work in every state in the U.S. and throughout the world.

You, the Alumni(ae) of the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, are actively involved, supporting the school in career placement, reunion activities, fund-raising, academic programs, and other activities. We appreciate the life-long friendships and associations that you have established with CEE and Cornell.

If you are interested in learning more about how to become more involved, please contact:

Linda K. Nozick, Director

Tony Simione, Assistant Director of Alumni Affairs and Development
256F Carpenter Hall

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