Thornton Tomasetti, the international engineering firm, announces that Tanya de Hoog, BEng, MSt, CEng, MIStructE, a principal and founding co-director of the firm’s London office, has been appointed a Royal Academy of Engineering Visiting Teaching Fellow in the Interdisciplinary Design for the Built Environment (IDBE) masters course at the University of Cambridge.
• Administered by Cambridge’s engineering and architecture departments, the IDBE master’s program examines the innovations and major challenges impacting the built environment.
• The Royal Academy of Engineering, which aims to provide educational programs for young engineers, approached Cambridge with interest in establishing an IDBE program at the University. Ms. de Hoog, a graduate of the IDBE program, was nominated by University course leaders for the fellowship.
• As a Royal Academy of Engineering Visiting Teaching Fellow, Ms. de Hoog will present lectures, mentor students, supervise assignments and review studio design projects. Her most recent lecture included a discussion on industry trends, the impact of the recession on AEC business, and highlighted relevant Thornton Tomasetti projects.
• Students from UK and abroad with at least three years of professional experience in sectors including architecture, engineering, planning, landscape and urban design, building economics and client advisors are invited to study with the program.
Dr. Sebastian Macmillan, IDBE course director, University of Cambridge
“As a dynamic rising international leader in engineering design for the built environment, and past graduate of the IDBE course, Tanya will be an inspiring role model for current IDBE students.”
Tanya de Hoog, BEng, MSt, CEng, MIStructE, principal, London, Thornton Tomasetti
“It is an absolute honor to serve as a Royal Academy of Engineering Teaching fellow at the University of Cambridge. The IDBE course is interdisciplinary and wide-ranging, which is exactly what the Royal Academy of Engineering was looking for.”
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Thornton Tomasetti is a leader in engineering design, investigation and analysis serving clients worldwide on projects of all sizes and complexity. With practices in building structure, building skin, building performance, construction support services, property loss consulting and building sustainability, Thornton Tomasetti addresses the full life cycle of a structure. We have supported clients working in more than 40 countries, with projects that include the tallest buildings and longest spans to the restoration of prized historic properties. Founded in 1956, today Thornton Tomasetti is a 600-person organization of engineers and architects collaborating from offices across the United States and in Asia-Pacific, Europe and the Middle East.
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