Elizabeth Emmons earns Masters Degree from Norwich University
Elizabeth Emmons graduated from Norwich University on June 11, 2010 with a Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering. She spent the past 18 months in the online program working on topics such as Water and Wastewater Treatment, Stormwater and Groundwater Hydrology, Geoenvironmental Engineering, GIS applications, and Project Management. In June, she traveled to Norwich University for a week long residency. There, she met fellow classmates, professors, and Norwich School of Graduate Studies staff. Elizabeth presented her capstone project to classmates and professors, along with participating in lectures and discussion groups. During the week, there was a hooding ceremony, where she received her Master’s hood and the award “Masters of Civil Engineers – Best 2010 Capstone Project and Presentation” for her Preliminary Engineering Report on the Combined Sewer System for the Town of St. Johnsbury, Vermont. The week ended with a traditional graduation ceremony, which was attended by her husband, children, parents, brother and grandfather. Elizabeth now holds a Master’s of Civil Engineering degree with a concentration in Environmental and Water Resources Engineering!