Vanessa Notario

Paraguay, Civil Engineering
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Vanessa Notario is a senior civil engineer from the country of Paraguay. She is involved in structural engineering research in the Structural Testing Facilities on West Campus. Vanessa is captain of the Concrete Canoe team, where she works in the structural analysis and construction process, and recently entered the Concrete Bowling competition. She also assists in design and fabrication for the Steel Bridge team. Vanessa is a Partners of the Americas Scholar, an active member of the Paraguayan Student Association, is capable of speaking four languages, and is a member of Theta Tau Professional Engineering Fraternity.

Ask me about: Concrete Canoe, Steel bridge, Civil Engineering research, Civil and Environmental Engineering, being an international student, and graduate school.

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