Civil engineering student Julia Jenulis is focused on sustainable practices and architecture with the goal of designing resilient buildings.
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The prestigious grant award supports McDonnell Family Assistant Professor Greses Pérez’s research on the role of language and culture in engineering.
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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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Civil and Environmental Engineering News
Professor and Dean of Undergraduate Education in the School of Engineering Chris Swan was named an Outstanding Link Coordinator by the Order of Engineers.
The second annual Tufts Symposium in Geotechnical Engineering focused on solutions to the ongoing threats of climate change and inequity in infrastructure.
True to the spirit of engineering, students say finding the best academic fit is experimental and sometimes unconventional.
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.
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