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( February 26, 1999)
BURNS & MCDONNEL OFFICIAL HONORED AS 1999 SDSM& T OUTSTANDING RECENT GRADUATE IN CIVIL & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
Renita Mollman, project engineer/ Civil Engineering Department Manager at Burns & McDonnell, was recent honored by the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology ( SDSM& T) as 1999 SDSM& T Outstanding Recent Graduate in Civil and Environmental Engineering. After earning her Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from SDSM& T in 1988, Mollman
she accepted an entry- level position with Burns & McDonnell in Kansas City, MO. She has since advanced to the position of Civil Engineering Department Manager/ Project Engineer.
Mollman specializes in pavement and airfield pavement design. The several professional awards she has received include the NASA- Edwards Air Force Base Award for Outstanding Service and Support and the Missouri Young Engineer of the Month. She has published papers and is actively involved in and has served as officer in several professional society organizations. Her civic activities include Habitat for Humanity and Girls to Women. She is a registered Professional Engineer in Missouri, Illinois, Nevada, South Carolina, Georgia and Maryland.
Mollman and alumni in four other engineering fields were honored as Outstanding Recent Graduates during a recent Engineers Week luncheon held on the South Dakota Tech campus. SDSM& T officials established the Outstanding Recent Graduate Award to recognize alumni for their professional achievements and civic involvement within ten years of graduation.
Photo Caption: Dr. Richard Gowen, president of the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, congratulates Renita Mollman on being designated as the 1999 Outstanding Recent Graduate in Civil and Environmental Engineering.
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