Author: Sarah Buckleitner

  • Hunter Kunzelmann

    Hunter Kunzelmann

    I was born in Macon, GA and started my undergraduate degree in Environmental Engineering in 2019 after matriculating to UGA in 2018 as an ecology student. I became interested in the field of resilient infrastructure when I took Urban Systems Engineering and learned about biomimicry and the ability to utilize natural designs in man-made infrastructure for…

  • Madlyn Carpenter

    Madlyn Carpenter

    Natural Infrastructure Fellow I am from Lincoln, Nebraska. I was first drawn to the program due to the emphasis it had on restoration ecology and how interdisciplinary it was. I think engineers in the past have struggled with looking at a problem holistically, but by integrating multiple disciplines to get a greater diversity of perspective, I believe…

  • Brian Bledsoe

    Brian Bledsoe

    Ph.D., P.E., F. ASCE, University of Georgia Brian Bledsoe is Georgia Athletic Association Distinguished Professor in Resilient Infrastructure, and founding director of the Institute for Resilient Infrastructure Systems in the College of Engineering at the University of Georgia. Brian holds degrees from Georgia Tech, North Carolina State University, and Colorado State University (Ph.D. Civil Engineering – Hydraulics) and has…