Danielle Forget Shield
Danielle Forget Shield
Vice President, Landfill Projects Group, SCC Americas
Houston, TX
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  • Aarya

    Added Friday, July 25, 2014 at 3:30 AM

    Hi, My name is Aarya. I am 15 years old. Next year I will be in year 11 and i am confused about my subject selection as I am hovering over two different engineering professions (civil and environmental). What subjects should I pick which will be in favor of both civil and environmental. How can I be an environmental engineer with a bachelors degree of civil engineering?
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    Danielle Forget Shield, SCC Americas
    Answered Friday, July 25, 2014 at 3:30 AM

    A lot of Environmental Engineers have a bachelors in Civil Engineering. Civil Engineering focuses on 3 major areas: structural, water resources, and soils. Both water resources and soils have major impacts on the environment. Environmental Engineering ...

  • Lori , Tamarac, Florida

    Added Monday, October 14, 2013 at 7:22 PM

    Hello! My name is Lori, and I was always passionate about civil engineering and architecture. So much that I always wanted to do both, but I got discouraged during my first year of college. Now I am a civil engineering major, and I feel very uncertain about the path I chose. I feel like changing my major to architecture only because I am as creative as I love math. I would need some advice. How is the civil engineering field for women? Does it require creativity? I wouldn't want to be ...
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    Danielle Forget Shield, SCC Americas
    Answered Monday, October 14, 2013 at 7:22 PM

    Being a great civil engineer absolutely requires creativity. That’s one of the best attributes women bring to the profession. Deciding to become a civil engineer is a first step, with many career decisions ahead of you that will allow you to ...