On June 25th,
Civil Engineering alum Ken Cooper, PE, LS, was elected as Fellow Grade in the
American Society of Civil Engineers. Mr. Cooper’s professional accomplishments
and participation in the organization were recognized by his peers, who voted
him into the honored position. Mr. Cooper graduated in 1986 with a BSCE. On
behalf of CEEM, we wish him the best of luck and congratulations on his
Dr. Achintya Haldar recieves the Society for Reliability and Safety's Lifetime Achievement Award.Dr. Achintya Haldar, Civil Engineering professor at the University of Arizona, was the honored recipient of the Society for Reliability and Safety's Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of his work in Structural Reliability. Dr. Haldar holds many impressive achievements to date, including major teaching awards not only at the University of Arizona, but the Georgia Institute of Technology and...
Congratulations to Megan Hoke, who was featured in American Council of Engineering Companies of Arizona's June 2015 newsletter along with other student scholarship recipients. The original newsletter can be found here.
Article from Arizona Engineer, found here.
Ranjbari, center, with then AzTA executive director Jim Dickey, right, and AzTA
president Katrina Heineking at the AzTA/DOT conference in PhoenixTop
picture: Andisheh Ranjbari, center, with then AzTA executive director
Jim Dickey, right, and AzTA president Katrina Heineking at the AzTA/DOT
conference in Phoenix. - See more at:
http://news.engr.arizona.edu/news/now-boarding-tucson-phoenix-bus-45-min...UA Engineering student’s work helps...
Article from Tucson News Now, found here.CEEM Ph.D. Student Ulina Shakya in NepalTUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -
A structural engineering student from the
University of Arizona is safe and doing well after a second powerful
earthquake rocked Nepal while she was providing relief there. Ulina
Shakya spoke to Tucson News Now by Skype about her efforts to rebuild
villages that were damaged or destroyed by two 7-magnitude earthquakes."It was so heartbreaking to see all the buildings...