This past year has been one of many incredible achievements and efforts made by our alumni, students, faculty, staff and friends. From responding to natural disasters around the world to innovating on structure design in our labs at Hampton Hall, the past 12 months have seen many giant leaps forward into shaping the future of the world for the better.
CE Transitions - Winter 2023
Over the course of his 43-year career at Turner Construction Company, Pete Mitnick (BSCE '77) was involved in major development projects across the United States — including the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio.
Purdue civil engineering alumna Erica Johnson spearheads massive double decker bridge project spanning Ohio River — one of the biggest, most ambitious design projects in America.
Over the summer, high school students from around the world came to Purdue University for its weeklong civil engineering course: Developing Tomorrow's Infrastructure. Throughout the week, the students learned about how civil engineers change the world and the critical role they will continue to play in the future.
First-time visitors to the Robert L. and Terry L. Bowen Laboratory for Large-Scale Civil Engineering Research know they’re entering a large facility, but before stepping foot inside, it’s difficult to comprehend just how big Bowen Lab truly is.
Mark Bowman, retired director of Bowen Lab, reflects on his 42-plus years on faculty.
On July 7 during a ceremony in Gulfport, Mississippi, Capt. Constance (Danner) Solina (BSCE '00) assumed command of NCG 2. She is the first woman to serve as the commodore of a naval construction group.
Congratulations to our outstanding Lyles School of Civil Engineering alumni who were recognized with the Civil Engineering Alumni Achievement Award (CEAAA) and the Distinguished Engineering Alumni (DEA) Award. Our alumni have a long, proud history of excellence and this year's awardees could not be more deserving of these recognitions.
As we close out the year the most important message I can share with you is "thank you." All of us here in the Lyles School of Civil Engineering remain grateful for your commitment as Purdue alumni who Stay Connected, Get Involved and Give Back.
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