Marlon Passos, Marina Servino, and Hugo Lima are three of the 27 Brazilian students to arrive at Cornell University to study for a year.
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"I want to contribute to answering the question ‘with the Earth’s climate changing, how can we change the way we build cities?’”
Christina Chu-Garcia is listed as one of the 2018 rising stars in Civil Structural Engineering.
“I am excited to be at Cornell. Much of my current work involves agriculture and Cornell has such a great agricultural tradition.”
"I just know that I'd like to explore the intersection of profitable urban development & sustainability to make spaces better for people."
"My advice would be how you relate to other people in the organization you will be potentially joining, and how successful you will be, ultimately depends more on your ability to influence how other people think about a solution than on the technical merits of the solution itself."
Cornell's ASCE Student Teams attended the Regional Meeting at Clarkson University in April. The Steel Bridge Team placed 3rd overall and the Concrete Canoe 4th overall in their respective competitions. Congrats to our students who worked so hard on these projects!