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Megan McCullough received 2012 O.H.Ammann Research Fellowship

Meenu Garg • DATE: June 7, 2012

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The SEI Technical Activities Division Executive Committee awarded the 2012 O.H. Ammann Research Fellowship in Structural Engineering to our Ph.D. student Megan McCullough. The fellowship was awarded for her research entitled "Data-Driven Models: From Data to Knowledge for Multi-Hazard Engineering." more

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