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Congratulations to Jessica Brown, Water and Wastewater Master Planning, Fort Worth, on becoming a member of the Texas A&M Civil Engineering Advisory Council​

At career day in 6th grade, Jessica was told, "girls don't go into engineering." Sounds like a challenge that Jessica took to heart! She holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering and has grown her 19-year career as a successful

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Earlier this year, Rebecca Diviney, Transmission and Utilities, Denton, was a guest speaker at the Women 4 Science Technology Engineering and Math (W4STEM) summer camp held at Texas Women's University. The camp accepts 20 sixth- and seventh-grade female students currently residing in the Aubrey, Krum and Pilot Point school districts. Campers learn about forensic science, 3D printing and algebra. 

"I spoke to the young ladies about being a female engineer. It...

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Lizanne Douglas, Treatment, Transmission and Utilities, Houston helped fellow Texas American Water Works Association (TAWWA) members demonstrate the cost of water earlier this year. The activity was part of the 2016 City of Houston WaterWeek

During the four-day event, the Southeast Chapter of TAWWA sponsored a demonstration tent at the City’s...

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Kim Dresdner and Wendy Shabay, Urban Planning and Design, Fort Worth, attended the first annual Putt-Putt for Planning Scholarship Fundraiser earlier this year. The event, organized by the Midwest Section of the American Planning Association Texas Chapter, funds scholarships for students pursuing planning degrees. Freese and Nichols was a tent sponsor for the event. 

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Cris Weber and Tony Risko, Austin, Coastal Services, have helped launch the first Texas-based chapter of the Coasts, Oceans, Ports, and Rivers Institute (COPRI). The chapter is based in Houston and will become the catalyst for development of a comprehensive Texas Chapter.

Created in 2000, COPRI is an institute of the ...

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As a partner firm located on North Carolina State University’s Centennial Campus, Freese and Nichols is proud to support students at the university. Supporting students and future leaders through community outreach and professional service is a passion shared by employees across our firm and has been practiced since our founding.

Each year, Freese and Nichols partners with the NC State Engineering Foundation to fund a series of awards given to...

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Clayton Barnard, Transmission and Utilities, Frisco, volunteered as a grader at the Texas State Mathcounts competitionearlier this year. Serving as the Finance Chair for the Preston Trail Chapter of Texas Society of Professional Engineers (TSPE), Clayton works with local National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE) chapters to support Mathcounts by organizing and volunteering for ...

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Nick Prisco, Mechanical and Plumbing, Austin, presented to the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) student chapter at the University of Texas at Austin at their April monthly meeting. The presentation compared DX cooling only systems to DX cooling and heating systems (or heat pumps), and identified important considerations in designing heat pump systems. Many of the students recently covered heat pump systems in class, and the presentation provided industry knowledge to help fill...

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