2022 spring student marshal: Allison Cottle


UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Allison Cottle has been named the spring 2022 student marshal for civil engineering.

Cottle will receive her bachelor of science in civil engineering. A 2018 graduate of Northern Bedford County High School in Loysburg, Cottle earned several awards and scholarships while at Penn State, including the Penn State President Walker Award, the Penn State President Sparks Award, the Evan Pugh Scholar Award, the Janet B. Cunningham Scholarship and the Arthur C. and Mary O. Miller Endowed Scholarship.

Cottle was a member of the civil engineering academic honor society Chi Epsilon, serving as its president for the 2021-22 academic year, and was a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers from 2021-22. During the same years, she also served as a student grader for a civil engineering surveying course.

As a highway design engineer intern for Dewberry, Cottle completed civil and transportation design work for highway and interchange projects. As an engineering, scientific and technical intern for the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, Cottle completed construction management and inspection on roadway and bridge projects.

After graduation, Cottle will work as a highway design engineer for Dewberry.


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