Concrete canoe champions
The Notre Dame student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers excelled in the (virtual) 2021 Great Lakes Student Conference.
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Two recent Notre Dame graduates who launched a startup business focused on renewable energy collaboration have been …
Fog is one of the least predictable weather phenomena. It doesn’t matter if it comes in on the “little cat feet” …
Professors Robert Nerenberg and Albert Cerrone, both faculty in Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences …
Each summer, Notre Dame’s Center for Civic Innovation (CCI), part of the College of Engineering, operates an …
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Fighting to Protect Our Community
Prof. Tracy Kijewski-Correa has studied the impact of natural disasters around the globe — from earthquakes and tsunamis to hurricanes.
She and her team built a platform that brings together all the critical information that first responders and urban planners need to protect their communities into one location.