The SEAW will be hosting it's first Fall Technical Conference in Pewaukee, WI this Friday, November 15th, 2013. Drs. Ting Lin & Baolin Wan, as well as Marquette Alumnus, John Peronto ('03) will be making technical presentations on structural topics. Find out more information here.
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.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation will have Engineering Internship Opportunities available starting in the summer of 2014. These production-oriented positions offer high-level assignments for engineering majors. Eligible students are encouraged to apply by January 31, 2014. Good Luck!
Five members of Engineers Without Borders - Elyse O'Callaghan, Timothy Lewis, Kelsey Welch, Liam Sawyer, and Kurt Wagner - traveled to the Bridge Builder Conference in Sevierville, TN hosted by Bridges to Prosperity. Bridges to Prosperity is a non-profit organization that provides isolated communities with access to essential health care, education, and economic opportunities by building footbridges over impassable rivers.