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Dr. Epps Martin
Dr. Amy Epps Martin | Image: Texas A&M Engineering

The Association of Asphalt Paving Technologists (AAPT) elected Dr. Amy Epps Martin, a professor in the Zachry Department of Civil Engineering at Texas A&M University, to the board of directors as a director-at-large. She has been a part of the organization for her entire 21-year career. “I am honored to be elected by my peers as director-at-large,” said Epps Martin. “AAPT is by far the most rewarding and relevant professional group that I am associated with.”

She has previously been co-chair of AAPT’s newer member committee and a member of the scholarship task force, the nominating committee for officers and directors, and the J.W. Emmons Award committee. She received runner-up for the Emmons Paper Award in 2016 and AAPT’s Award of Recognition in 2012.

Epps Martin conducts research on safe, sustainable asphalt technologies through the Texas A&M Transportation Institute. She recently completed a national research project on increasing the amount of reclaimed asphalt pavement in asphalt pavements to provide economic and environmental benefits while maintaining good engineering performance.