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Dr. Amy Epps Martin
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In 1990, Dr. Amy Epps Martin was an undergraduate student at the University of California, Berkeley, who joined the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).

Now, she has been elected a fellow of ASCE, a prestigious honor given to members who have distinguished themselves as mentors and leaders in the civil engineering profession.

Epps Martin is a professor in the Zachry Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Texas A&M University and a researcher at the Texas A&M Transportation Institute, where she teaches civil engineering materials courses and conducts research on safe, sustainable asphalt technologies.

The rank of fellow is held by less than 3% of ASCE's more than 150,000 members in 177 countries.

“It is a special honor to be recognized by ASCE through election as a fellow, as this was the first professional organization I became involved with during my undergraduate education through the concrete canoe competition at both the regional and national levels,” Epps Martin said.

In her more than 22 years in civil engineering, Epps Martin said among the most significant achievements in her career is the positive impact she has had on approximately 1,800 students, including mentoring 42 graduate students.

She is also an accomplished researcher. Her work is balanced between fundamental theory and practical science, and led to the development of performance-based specifications for asphalt pavement materials, national guidelines for the design and construction of specialty asphalt mixtures, as well as the development of sustainable and durable asphalt materials.

In April 2019, she was elected to the board of directors as director-at-large for the Association of Asphalt Paving Technologists (AAPT). She has been a member of AAPT for her entire career.