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Civil Engineering

 
 

We would like to offer our warmest congratulations to the Class of 2016 in our department. The BS degree recipients are: Benjamin Allen, Erin Dreger, Samuel Glaubitz, Nicholas Heim, Robert Kitson, Hana Litwin, Ferin Neff, John Pease III, Malcolm Perkins, Anna Pimentel, Laura Rendos, Sarah Ronan, Michael Streicher, Louis Stuerke, Jielun Gu, and Andrew Bollinger; MS degree recipients: Andrew Bollinger, Gwen Evans, Alexander Abbott, and Derek Slovenec; Ph.D. degree recipients: Quan Gao, Jianying Hu, and Jin Qin. We are very proud of their achievements and wish them the very best in their careers.

We would like to offer our warmest congratulations to this year's recipients of Vanderhoof BS/MS Fellowship: Andrew Bollinger and Gwen Evans. This fellowship was established by a generous donation from Mr. and Mrs. Vanderhoof and has been supporting our BS/MS students since 2011.

Two undergraduate students from Brazil, Rodrigo Teixeira Schossler and Igor dos Santos Rodrigues de Lima, conducted research with Dr. Xiong (Bill)  Yu’s group during Summer 2015.   Rodrigo is a senior in the Department of Civil Engineering, Federal University of Santa Maria, Brazil.   Igor is a junior in the Department of Civil Engineering, Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil.   Both Rodrigo and Igor were supported by the Brazil Scientific Mobility Program, which aims to provide opportunities for Brazilian students to receive international research and educational experience.

We would like to express our warmest congratulations to the graduates of 2015! At the commencement on May 17, following Civil Egnineering students received their degrees:

BS Degree: Alexander Abbott, Kimberly Baker, David Bass, Maria Corsi, Emily Duewiger, Jessica Eiermann, Victoria Eldridge, Gwennyth Evans, Remy Hidaka, Lensa Jotte, Mohammad Khan, Ashley Parello, Tadbir Singh, Jakub Skodowski, Fatima Hussain Suhail, and Keri Walter

MS Degree: Holly Adams, Kimberly Baker, Alison Brooks, Lianwei Chen, and Stacy Hursen

Ph.D. Degree: Hao Yu

We wish them the very best in their future careers!

Our department will host the first Higley Endowed Lecture on Friday April 10 at 5 PM in Nord 356. Professor Craig H. Benson, the Wisconsin Distinguished Professor and director of sustainability research and education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison will deliver the lecture. The title of his lecture is: Are We Designing for Sustainability? Using Life Cycle Analysis to Assess Sustainability Accomplishment.