ARCE Professor Allen Estes Elected to Fellow
Cal Poly Professor Allen Estes Elected to Fellow in the American Society of Civil Engineers
SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. — Allen Estes, a Cal Poly professor who heads the Architectural Engineering Department in the university’s College of Architecture and Environmental Design, was named a Fellow in the American Society of Civil Engineers.
ASCE is the nation’s oldest national engineering society. ASCE Fellows have made celebrated contributions and developed creative solutions that change lives around the world. Less than 3.5 percent of ASCE members achieve this prestigious honor.
This year’s class of Fellows will be recognized at the Outstanding Projects and Leadership awards banquet in March 2016.
"Professor Allen Estes is a national leader in architectural engineering education who is advancing curriculum through industry engagement, teacher training and curricular assessment,” said Christine Theodoropoulos, dean of the College of Architecture and Environmental Design. “We are grateful for his leadership of Cal Poly's Architectural Engineering Department, and congratulate him for achieving the honor of election to ASCE Fellow."
Estes joined Cal Poly’s faculty in January 2007 after a 28-year career as an officer in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. He obtained master’s degrees in structural engineering and construction management from Stanford and a doctorate in civil engineering from the University of Colorado.
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