Purdue Engineering Impact Magazine Spring 2010

Civil Engineering On My Mind

The cover story in this issue of Civil Engineering Impact focuses on the new George E. Brown, Jr. Network for Earthquake Engineering Simulation Operations Center in Purdue’s Discovery Park, led by CE Professor Julio Ramirez. This multi-institutional center is funded by a $105 million grant from the National Science Foundation — the largest grant in Purdue’s history. The collaborative work of the center faculty and staff will contribute to our understanding of the impact of earthquakes and tsunamis on critical infrastructure. Other articles about our students, faculty, staff, and alumni highlight the diverse talent and experiences of those who are responsible for making the School of Civil Engineering a special place for all of us. I sincerely hope you enjoy reading about the exciting events in CE this year.

M. Katherine Banks
Professor and Bowen Engineering
Head of Civil Engineering

Safety in Numbers
May 06, 2010
Researchers, professionals, and educators collaborate to reduce earthquake and tsunami risk
earthquake
Global Co-op
May 06, 2010
Civil engineering intern discovers the best of Kuwait
Kuwait
The Many Faces of Fred
May 06, 2010
Why the newly named Charles Pankow Professor of Civil Engineering isn't what you’d expect from an engineering professor
Mannering
Communication Preparation
May 06, 2010
American Structurepoint Conference Room to come to CE
 
Millers' Times
May 06, 2010
Three generations of one family share perspectives on Purdue civil engineering
Miller
Coming Home
May 06, 2010
Fall and spring events bring alums back to a changing campus
 
Superpave to the Rescue
May 06, 2010
Building better roads requires linking technology and communication
superpave
Life After BSCE ... for now
May 06, 2010
The next steps for two recent grads
eka