Vanderbilt University’s Ashley Smith Honored by the American Society of Civil Engineers

Ashley T. Smith of Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, is the recipient of the inaugural Richard H. Nettleton Outstanding Practitioner Advisor Award from the American Society of Civil Engineers. The award recognizes civil engineering professionals who serve as practitioner advisors and show outstanding leadership and involvement in ASCE student chapters at local universities.

“I’m very honored to receive this award. Being Vanderbilt’s Practitioner Advisor for more than a decade has been a great joy and passion in my life,” said Smith. “I’ve loved getting to know and work with so many civil engineering students over the years and I am so proud of our Vanderbilt ASCE student chapter and all that they accomplish.”

Smith received a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering at Vanderbilt in 2004. She currently serves as a member of the department of civil and environmental engineering’s advisory board. Smith is a registered professional engineer. Her expertise is in civil site design and she has worked on municipal, commercial, health care, hospitality, mixed-use, and residential projects throughout the United States.

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