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Civil Engineering Graduate Student Honored for Research on Freight Modeling
Taslima Akter, a doctoral candidate in civil engineering, was honored by the Institute of Transportation Engineers for her work to better understand freight-truck traffic impacts in Arkansas and beyond.
Researcher Going to India to Document Infrastructure Damage From Disaster
Richard Coffman will be part of an NSF-sponsored Geotechnical Extreme Events Reconnaissance Association Mission.
Doctoral Student Aims to Improve Arkansas Roads with Coal Byproduct
Casey Jones, a doctoral student in civil engineering, will present his research into fly ash as an alternative to cement used in construction of concrete highways.
Professor Receives Grant to Study Aftermath of Mexico City Earthquake
Professor Clinton Wood has been awarded a $93,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to gather data in the aftermath of the September 2017 Puebla-Mexico City earthquake.
Civil Engineering Academy Welcomes New Members, Celebrates Students
More than 250 alumni, faculty, staff and friends gathered April 20 to celebrate the Arkansas Academy of Civil Engineering's annual induction and awards ceremony.
Fellowship to Advance Civil Engineering Professor's Work on Structural Steel Connections
Gary Prinz, assistant professor of civil engineering, has been awarded a $200,000 fellowship to pursue research related to structural steel performance during earthquakes.
Melissa Tooley to Speak at Dan Flowers Distinguished Lecture
Alumna Melissa Tooley will give the Dan Flowers Distinguished Lecture about automated and connected vehicles at 3 p.m. today in White Engineering Hall, Room 209.
University of Arkansas Students Compete in National GeoChallenge Competition
University of Arkansas teams finished first, third and seventh in competitions at National GeoChallenge in Orlando, Florida.
Civil Engineering Graduate Students Earn Top Spots at Transportation Conference
Two civil engineering graduate students, Taslima Akter and Magdalene Asborno, both advised by Sarah Hernandez, were recently awarded top honors
Fayetteville Couple's Campaign Gift Creates Scholarships in Engineering, Art
Robert “Wayne” and Joanne Jones are contributing $200,000 to the U of A to support student scholarships through a planned gift.