Joshua J. Gable, Process Engineer for Centrisys Corporation, will be on campus on Monday, March 17th to discuss "Putting a New Spin on Sludge Thickening-Adventures in Product Development" for the Environmental Engineering Seminar.
Join Dr. Charles Haas, L.D. Betz Chair of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering at Drexel University for his Connecting the World Seminar on Monday, March 31. The Connecting the World Seminar Series brings the most influential minds in engineering to Marquette's campus to share innovations and ideas that have changed or promise to change our world for the better.
The Transportation Research Board of the National Academies has awarded Dr. Drakopoulos with the best TRB Freeway Operations Paper in 2013 titled "Impact of Heavy Vehicles on Freeway Operating Characteristics Under Congested Conditions." Congratulations Dr. D!
We would like to congratulate our very own Dr. Vinnakota for receiving the 2014 SSRC Beedle Award! The Beedle award is presented annually to a longtime member of the SSRC that is a worldwide leader in stability research or design of structures with significant stability issues and has made significant contributions to national and international design code development. View the article here!
Dr. Zitomer is mentioned as a partner in an energy production initiative at the Potawatomi Casino expansion as it will use food waste to make energy.
Drs. Mayer and Zitomer were featured in the October issue of Prism. Prism is ASEE’s award winning flagship publication and the most popular magazine that covers engineering higher education in the United States. The magazine is read by key decision makers within engineering education and reaches engineering faculty members, administrators, and students in all disciplines of engineering. See the article here.
Dr. Mayer is featured in this semesters edition of the Marquette Engineer with her work in water resources, specifically, improving the detection and inactivation of viral pathogens in drinking water.
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Join the Builder's Coalition of Marquette University on Thursday, March 20th for a MOCK BID DAY at JP Cullen's Brookfield Office. For more information see our Facebook page and contact Lauren Celano to RSVP to this event.
The Waukesha Water Utility has a Civil Engineering Internship opening for summer 2014. Responsibilities include water main inspection, recordkeeping, and GIS mapping functions. Find the employment description and application at the Waukesha Water Utility website.
The NEXTRANS Center is accepting applications for the 2014 Undergraduate Summer Internship in Transportation. This rigorous, 10-week program of study begins June 2 and ends August 8. Interns will be awarded a stipend of $4,000 each to participate in a NEXTRANS-funded project at Purdue University, The Ohio State University, University of Michigan, or University of Wisconsin–Madison. Interns will be exposed to the field of transportation engineering through hands-on, collaborative research under the guidance of faculty members and graduate students. The NEXTRANS Center hopes to attract a new generation of leaders to transportation-related careers and graduate-level degrees. NEXTRANS applications are due Monday, March 24th.
This summer Milwaukee will hold an Infrastructure Education Workshop with faculty from UW-Platteville and the United States Military Academy. Registration is FREE. Anyone interested in infrastructure is encouraged to attend!
The Regional Internships in Science & Engineering (RISE) program is seeking Civil, Construction Management, Electrical and Mechanical engineering students who would be interested in interviewing for paid internship opportunities in the summer of 2014. Students will also receive leadership development training during their internship engagement. RISE flyer and information on summer 2014 internships. RISE application for summer 2014. Applications on a first-come, first-served basis. Apply now, good luck!
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation has announced a Spring 2014 Civil Engineer and/or Structural Engineer Recruit. Students expecting May graduation are strongly encouraged to apply. Deadline to apply is 02/20/2014.
Elyse O’Callaghan, a senior in the College of Engineering, was named one of 10 New Faces of Civil Engineering by the American Society of Civil Engineers. This honor recognizes Elyse’s academic success, volunteerism, and dedication to making a positive impact on society through her chosen field.
The County of Los Angeles Department of Public Works is Recruiting Civil Engineer Graduates. Click here for application instructions. Click here for job description. All graduates completing their degree by June 2014 are encouraged to apply! Good Luck!