Matt Quarnstrom is a civil engineering student who is currently working on his third co-op assignment with Birmingham construction firm Brasfield and Gorrie. A native of Pelham, Alabama, Quarnstrom currently is working at the site of a hydroelectric dam project in North Carolina.

Matthew Quarnstrom

Matt Quarnstrom is a civil engineering student who is currently working on his third co-op assignment with Birmingham construction firm Brasfield and Gorrie. A native of Pelham, Alabama, Quarnstrom currently is working at the site of a hydroelectric dam project in North Carolina.

When our new Dean of Engineering, Jeff Holmes, M.D., Ph.D., first arrived on campus, we asked him Five Questions about UAB, Birmingham, and himself. Recently, Holmes started posing his own "Five Questions" to our UAB Engineering students. In the clips below, civil engineering student Matt Quarnstrom answers questions about his experience as a UAB student. Then he turns the interview around with a few questions of his own for the dean.

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