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Craig Glennie Appointed Associate Editor of ASCE Journal of Surveying

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Melanie Ziems
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The American Society of Civil Engineer's Journal of Surveying's newest associate editor is Craig Glennie, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering at the Cullen College.

Glennie was appointed to the associate editor position earlier this month. In this position, he will manage the peer review process of assigned papers submitted to the journal for review and possible publication.

The Journal of Surveying covers surveying and mapping activities encountered in modern practice, including areas like construction surveys, control surveys, photogrammetric mapping, engineering layout, deformation measurements, precise alignment and boundary surveying.

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