Scholarship Information

$6,000 in Scholarships Awarded Annually

We offer two scholarships to college transportation engineering students.

ASHE Georgia fosters emerging talent enrolled in local engineering schools.

RECENT SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

Rafech Aghamohammadi
Rafech Aghamohammadi2018/2019 Babs Abubakari Recipient
Rafegh is a graduate student at Georgia Tech concentrating in Transportation Systems Engineering, and expects to earn his Ph.D. in December 2021. He holds Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in the same field from the Sharif University of Technology in Iran, and already has several years of work experience in our industry. At GA Tech, Rafegh is actively involved in both ASHE and ITE, and currently serves as President of ASHE’s Student Chapter. As part of his Ph.D. research, he is exploring ways to better understand and model urban traffic congestion. Rafegh hopes to tackle similar challenges as an engineer in the public or private sector following graduation.
Brian Szoch
Brian Szoch2019/2020 Jim McGee Recipient
Brian is a senior at the University of Georgia majoring in Civil Engineering, and he expects to graduate in December 2019. Brian is involved with ASCE, ATO, and Student Ambassador for College of Engineering. Brian has several impressive internships already under his belt, including an opportunity to be a part of GDOT’s Northwest Corridor project, as well as an internship with Brasfield & Gorrie on an $80 million bridge construction project in Tuscaloosa. Brian is seeking a career in the construction industry, with specific goal of becoming president of a privately-owned general contractor.
Natalie Daugherty
Natalie Daugherty2019/2020 Jim McGee Recipient
Natalie is a junior at Georgia Tech majoring in Civil Engineering, with a concentration in transit, and is also pursuing a minor in Global Engineering Leadership. She expects to graduate in May 2020. Natalie has taken advantage of multiple study abroad opportunities in Pacific and the Netherlands, is a member of ASCE, Chi Epsilon (current Secretary), member of sailing club, and board member and local project coordinator for GA Tech Trailblazers organization, leading service projects for the Atlanta Beltline and multiple state parks. Natalie has multiple internships with Black & Veatch and recently completed internship this summer with Hensel Phelps Construction working on concourse expansion project at Nashville Int’l. Airport. Inspired by previous experience in the Pacific and Netherlands, Natalie would like to live and work abroad in the future, with special interest in bringing lessons learned from other cultures to help build more walkable, bikeable, and livable cities here.
Aaron Weil2019/2020 Jim McGee Recipient
Aaron is a junior at Georgia Tech majoring in Civil Engineering, and he expects to graduate in December 2020. Aaron is involved with ASCE, Chi Epsilon, services projects for GA Tech Trailblazers club, volunteer leadership internship for Camp Invention in Dunwoody (focuses on bring STEM-related activities to elementary students), is a member of Album Discussion Club and part of the WREK music directing team. He completed an internship with Long Engineering working of the GA 400 project. Aaron wants to be a part of the exciting infrastructure projects he has seen being developed across Atlanta… with a special interest sustainable design and building practices.

Rafegh is a graduate student at Georgia Tech concentrating in Transportation Systems Engineering, and expects to earn his Ph.D. in December 2021.  He holds Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in the same field from the Sharif University of Technology in Iran, and already has several years of work experience in our industry. At GA Tech, Rafegh is actively involved in both ASHE and ITE, and currently serves as President of ASHE’s Student Chapter.   As part of his Ph.D. research, he is exploring ways to better understand and model urban traffic congestion. Rafegh hopes to tackle similar challenges as an engineer in the public or private sector following graduation.


RAFEGH AGHAMOHAMMADI, Georgia Tech

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