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UNB Student Wins American Fellowship Award

UNBstudentRyan White, a Ph.D. student working with Prof. Richard Langley in the Department of Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering, has won the American Association for Geodetic Surveying (AAGS) 2015 Graduate Fellowship Award.

Each year, the U.S. National Society of Professional Surveyors Foundation, with the generous support of individuals, companies, and organizations, awards a number of scholarships to encourage and support college and university education in the geospatial sciences.

The highly competitive $2,000 AAGS award is presented to a student enrolled in a graduate program in geodetic surveying or geodesy, preferentially with at least two years of employment experience in the surveying profession. Before coming to UNB, Mr. White worked for several years as a crew chief for his parents’ civil engineering and land surveying company.


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