George Walton

George Walton

Work History

Work History
May 2008 - Aug 2008

Engineering Intern

Goulston Technologies

This was a summer internship.  My responsibilities included creating process and instrumentation drawings in order to streamline the chemical manufacturing process.  I also performed minor maintenance and repair work.

May 2007 - Aug 2007

Engineering Intern

Goulston Technologies

I was hired for this position as an intern for the summer.  I worked with organizing material safety data sheets in order to make them more accesible to employees as well as to inspectors.  I also worked on creating documents with collected information about chemical process equipment.

Jun 2005 - Jul 2005

Research Intern

University of North Carolina at Wilmington

I worked as a researcher in a chemistry lab through the Summer Program for Research Interns sponsored by the South Carolina Academy of Science.  I worked with molecular modeling software to research how current bond length data compares to calculations done before the use of computers.

Education

Education
Aug 2006 - Present

Bachelor of Arts

Clemson University

Clemson's architecture program results in a 4-year Bachelor of Arts degree.  The cirriculum focused on methods and materials of construction, study of site issues, and the issues regarding spatial arrangement of a structure.  Here I gained experience in a good deal of design software, as well as graphical presentation techniques.

Skills

Skills

Google SketchUp

Adobe Creative Suite

Microsoft Office

Rhino 3D

Autodesk Revit

AutoCAD

Publications

“Metal Ion Selectivity produced by C-alkyl Substituents on the Bridges of Chelating Ligands: The importance of short H--H non-bonded van der Waals contacts in controlling metal ion selectivity. A Thermodynamic, Molecular Mechanics, and Crystallographic Study.”  Robert D. Hancock, Alvaro S. de Sousa, George B. Walton, and Joseph H. Reibenspies.

Honors and Awards

SuperCrit, 2007, Honorable Mention

  • University sponsored sustainable design competition.

South Carolina Palmetto Fellows, 2006

  • Highest award given by the South Carolina Education Lottery for academic excellence.

Summary

I am an undergraduate Architecture student at Clemson University.

My skills include:

  • 3D modeling
  • Drafting
  • Computer Rendering
  • Graphic Design