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Ginning Podcast

Ginning Podcast Log

From O‘ahu to Orange Beach, it's been one heck of a ride. Buckle up and get your ears on for an environmental engineering education experience par excellence courtesy humble Joel Hayworth, the Elton Z. and Lois G. Huff Associate Professor of civil and environmental engineering, and the director of the newly announced Auburn University Gulf Coast Research Station. 

Materials engineering maven and pageant circuit veteran Reagan Handley is bringing as much poise to prosthetics and orthotics as she did to the runway. Her school? Auburn University. Her talent?  Being smart.

From the Loveliest Village to the Saloj Village , industrial and systems engineering junior Ellie Hungerford is changing the world. 

That sound you hear is 1977 civil engineering superstar Melissa Herkt taking a billion-dollar project management sledgehammer to the glass ceiling. 

Gerald L. Pouncey Jr. is the Chairman of Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP, and head of the firm's Environmental and Infrastructure Practices. He's also the latest guest on the award-winning #GINNing Podcast.

Listen to the 1982 chemical engineering graduate discuss his courthoom career and his Auburn legacy.

Chemical engineering grad student Ayuba Akinpelu knows a thing or two about operating under pressure. Good news for us. Bad news for cancer. 

Software engineering senior Isabelle Cochran is minoring in Nuclear Power Generation Systems. Because Nuclear power generation is about to be a major issue. 

It's pronounced Jordan. Like the legendary coach. Like the legendary stadium. Like the name that will echo through the annals of structural engineering and post-windstorm reconnaissance research for years to come. War Eagle, Jordan Nakayama.