Welcome to our New Civil Engineering Advisory Board Members

March 25, 2022

We are pleased to welcome three new advisory board members to our civil engineering advisory board.

  • Angelina Stasulis, Senior Structural Engineer, Davis & Church LLC, Alpharetta Ga
  • Saleh Mubarak, Independent Consultant, Tampa. Fl.
  • Sreekanth (Sunny) Nandagiri, Executive Vice President and Southeast Regional Manager, Benesch, Raleigh, NCOur Advisory Board is dedicated to bringing their assistance, expertise, knowledge, and advice from their industry involvement to our department. We look forward to serving our students and alumni with a shared vision for the future growth of our department.


Angelina Stasulis Angelina V. Stasulis, PE, SE is currently a Senior Structural Engineer with Shear Structural in the metro Atlanta area. Her professional experience spans from pedestrian bridges and grocery stores to major league ballparks and boutique hotels. No matter the project, she thrives on applying basic statics and dynamics principles to contribute to the built environment.

Ms. Stasulis earned her BSCE (2008) and MSCE (2009) degrees from Clemson University and holds PE and SE licenses in multiple states. As a student, she was passionate about building community throughout the department, serving as a CE tutor, teaching assistant, and student organization leader. After graduating, she has continued these efforts, bridging the gap between student and practitioner as both a mentor and guest speaker/lecturer at Clemson and other schools across the southeast.

Beyond Clemson, Ms. Stasulis is an active contributor to professional organizations. She has been a founding officer of the student SEA chapter at Clemson University and the founding chair for SEAOG’s young member group. Currently, she serves locally as both a Director-at-Large and Chair of the Publicity Committee and nationally as chair of the External Communications Committee for the National Council of Structural Engineering Associations. Ms. Stasulis volunteers on the                                                             NCEES SE exam committee and enjoys running before the sun comes up with the Atlanta Track Club in her free time.



Dr. Saleh Mubarak started as a civil engineer, switched to structural design, then project/construction management. Between academics and industry, his professional career spans over 32 years. In addition to his academic work (teaching and research), he worked in the construction industry, the private and public sectors, and also as a private consultant.

Mubarak has authored two popular books (Construction Project Scheduling & Control) and (How to Estimate with RS Means Data and CostWorks). He is active in teaching seminars and workshops and is getting more interested in “life management,” including many related soft skills, particularly Emotional Intelligence. His philosophy in life is: “To be successful, you need to balance the need of your body, mind, and soul. You also need to love what you do”. Mubarak plans to keep writing, teaching and working as long as God gives him health.

Dr. Mubarak received his MSCE from Ohio State, 1985 and his Ph.D from Clemson in 1990.



Sreekanth “Sunny” Nandagiri is an Executive Vice President and Southeast Regional Manager for Alfred Benesch & Company, with a demonstrated history of regional leadership in the civil engineering industry. As part of the “Corporate Management Team”, Nandagiri is skilled in leadership, management of profit and loss centers, leading acquisitions and mergers, adopting policies and guidelines, and being part of the team which developed the 2025 strategic plan for the entire firm.

He has experience in project and program management, business development, and client management. His concentration focuses on highways and bridges, transportation planning, ITS, tolls, alternative delivery, pavement management, construction management, and traffic engineering.

He received a MS in Civil Engineering from Clemson University in 1995, and an MBA focused on Business Strategy from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro 2001.


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