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Study Abroad in the Emerald Isle
Junior Annelise Gill-Wiehl takes her engineering studies across the pond to Trinity College in Dublin through the Notre Dame study-abroad program.
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MARIA GIBBS
The American Society of Civil Engineers named Maria Gibbs one of the 2015 New Faces of Civil Engineering for her work with a “smartphone app and a rope.”
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Shake, Rattle and Roll
Notre Dame Ph.D. candidate Yenan Cao explores the dynamics of earthquakes and how structural changes can save cities from devastation.
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MAGGIE THOMANN
Maggie is a teacher, business owner, and a sophomore in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. And she is excited about girls participating in science and technology.
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ALYSSA VARSANIK
Engineering is a demanding discipline, but young women like Alyssa Varsanik are often able to do more during their undergraduate years than they thought possible, including two majors, a minor, several internships, and dorm leadership activities.
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In the Field: A Q&A with Mass Concrete Expert, John Gajda
Engineer John Gadja has over 25 years' experience in working with mass concrete. As the senior principal engineer of materials and mechanics at CTL Group, he served as just one of sophomore Nathan Gundlach's supervisors during his internship with the company. After leading a seminar on mass concrete for the CEEES department, Gajda shared more about how he got his start in the business.
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Using the Degree for Good: Civil Engineering & Philanthropy
Notre Dame Civil Engineering senior, Emily Reeve, finds her calling in the remote mountains of Nicaragua
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New Scholarship Announced for Civil Engineering Students
The John H. Tallet scholarship will be awarded to a CEEES junior or senior who demonstrates outstanding academic, professional, and leadership qualities.
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Blast to the Past: Voyaging to the Ordovician Era
CEEES geology students traveled to southern Indiana and northern Kentucky on a treasure hunt for fossils and geodes from the Ordovician Era.
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