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TRACY KIJEWSKI-CORREA
Tracy Kijewski-Correa is leading a team focused on helping people around the world afford safe, dignified homes.
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ASHLEY THRALL
Origami meets engineering: From bridges to housing, Ashley Thrall is developing portable modular structures that can be used for disaster relief, military applications, and more.
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RUILAN GUO
Ruilan Guo is creating gas separation membranes that are capable of selecting gas molecules by their size, for cleaner, more effective processes in energy and environmental applications.
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Scientists and entrepreneurs lobby for NASA lunar program
A new program included in NASA's fiscal year 2019 budget request would fund flying payloads on commercial lunar landers under development by several companies.
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MARIA HOLLAND
As an undergraduate, Maria Holland resisted a major in mechanical engineering; she didn’t want to “work on cars.” Now, she's the Clare Boothe Luce Assistant Professor in the Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering and working to share a broader vision of what engineering is.
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MELISSA BERKE
Field experience is a big part of faculty life. In addition to spending the better part of spring 2016 on an international research ship, Melissa Berke has studied permafrost, tundra, and boreal forest transects in Alaska; conducted Caribou Bog sediment coring in Maine, sampled water in West Africa; and surveyed desert vegetation in Calif.
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Researchers to Study the Impact of Toxic Properties on the Environment
NOTRE DAME ECOSYSTEM FACILITY OFFERS UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO DEVELOP MORE ACCURATE MODELS
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Fernando Appointed to the Board of Editors of the "Proceedings of the Royal Society, London"
Civil & Environmental Engineering & Earth Sciences Professor Harindra Joseph Fernando appointed to serve on the board of editors of a highly regarded scientific journal
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Thrall Honored with Early Career Faculty Award from the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC)
Professor Ashley Thrall has been honored with the Early Faculty Career Award from the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC).
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AISC to Honor 12 Leading Design and Construction Professionals at NASCC: The Steel Conference
Professor Ashley Thrall is among twelve leaders from across the structural steel design, construction and academic communities who will be presented with a prestigious award by the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) at the 2018 NASCC: The Steel Conference (April 11-13 in Baltimore).
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