ODU Profile, Y-12 NSC Speaker, & Clarkson Grad Award (May 2018)

Humberto Arreguin Garcia, VA G 2018, was profiled by Old Dominion University ahead of his graduation with a B.S. in civil engineering. He maintained a 4.0 GPA earning his department’s academic excellence award. Garcia also received the ODU Alumni Association Outstanding College Scholar award and will be the flag bearer for the College of Engineering at graduation.

According to the article, his future plans include medical school, and the former TBP VA Gamma Chapter vice president will begin work as an engineer with Wood PLC in Kentucky.


On May 9, Reed J. Mullins, TN G ’02, visited with students at Columbia Central High School (TN) to discuss “paving a path toward future success.” Mullins is the senior director of production operations for Consolidated Nuclear Security at the Y-12 National Security Complex in Oak Ridge. He graduated from Columbia Central HS and received his bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from Tennessee Technological University.

Reed Mullins

Read the article from The Daily Hearld for images and video of his talk. In addition, Mullins was recently named to Knoxville’s 40 Under 40 list by the Knoxville News-Sentinel.


Clarkson University (NY) graduate Krissy J. Govertsen, NY Q 2018, was profiled for receiving the Frederica Clarkson Award during the spring commencement ceremony. She was selected for the award by a vote of the full University faculty based on her scholarship and promise of outstanding achievement.

Govertsen graduated with a degree in civil engineering. She has interned with General Electric, was a 2017 TBP Scholar, and has accepted a fellowship for a master’s degree in sustainable building systems & an interdisciplinary Ph.D. at Northeastern University (MA). Read the article for more details.


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