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Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) undergraduate Alana Carmel was recently named to the American Society of Civil Engineers' (ASCE) New Faces of Civil Engineering–College Edition.

In addition to being an active member of ASCE, Carmel is also a procurement officer for UMD's Concrete Canoe team, a former field work and project management intern with Cianbro Corporation and past Philanthropy and Community Service chair for Alpha Epsilon Phi.

“As a child, I surpassed the normal by building towers up to the high heights of my basement ceiling,” Carmel told ASCE. “In the future I want to build to higher heights [and] eventually lead a team of engineers building the most efficient highway, the longest bridge, or the tallest building to amaze the world.” 

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