Tufts alumni in the tunneling industry reflect on the value of their education and the support they have received and given to other alums.
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A study by Louis Berger Chair in Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor Farshid Vahedifard and colleagues provides detailed map to help target and prioritize equitable investments for climate change-resilient levees.
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Tufts students and professors speak with Engineering News Record about the role of offshore wind in the global clean energy workforce, with Professor Babak Moaveni featured on the cover.
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Following diverse paths in the Offshore Wind Energy Engineering program, graduate students share high hopes for careers in an expanding industry rising to meet clean energy goals.
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Civil and Environmental Engineering News
A prestigious structural health monitoring journal acknowledged Professor Babak Moaveni’s contributions to the field of structural health monitoring.
Professor Emeritus Richard Vogel will speak about hydrologic modeling at the American Geophysical Union’s annual meeting, AGU23.
Tufts alumna makes her mark on international scale at UC Davis Department of Biomedical Engineering.
For the first time in 20 years, a Tufts team qualified for the AISC student steel bridge design contest’s national competition.
Researchers from Penn State and Tufts simulate future scenarios and find that some climate mitigation efforts could lead to harmful health impacts.
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