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Update: Searching for Uranium in the Copper State
Meena Said and Nicole Moore traveled to Paris, France, to present their research at the Goldschmidt 2017 Conference.
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Alicia Czarnecki ND '17 ENVIRONMENT
Alicia Czarnecki '17 always knew she wanted to use her degree to help people. She decided to make South Bend her permanent home and is working on environmental and municipal improvements as an engineer for the City of South Bend.
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Women in Engineering
The Women in Engineering (WIE) program at Notre Dame recognizes that women bring different perspectives to the challenging technical discipline of engineering. Its purpose is to address the unique needs of women students, ensuring that the College of Engineering helps them achieve their goals.
Using the Degree for Good: Civil Engineering & Philanthropy
Notre Dame Civil Engineering senior, Emily Reeve, finds her calling in the remote mountains of Nicaragua
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Amy Schockling ND '15: ENVIRONMENT
Multiple internship experiences, including with the City of South Bend, helped guide 2015 graduate Amy Schockling to her current work as an engineer for the City of Madison Water Utility.
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Thrall Honored with Early Career Faculty Award from the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC)
Professor Ashley Thrall has been honored with the Early Faculty Career Award from the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC).
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Boats, planes, trains, and automobiles: A global journey to understand sea-surface temperatures during the Pliocene and Pleistocene eras
Graduate student Alejandra Cartagena-Sierra's research has taken her across the globe to study sea surface temperature during the Pleistocene era in southern Africa.
From the Peace Corp to Environmental Engineer: A Q&A with Patricia Drummey-Steigel
Patricia Drummey-Stiegel graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a Bachelor's degree in civil engineering. From there she focused on environmental engineering in the Peace Corps, attended graduate school, and was hired by an environmental consulting firm.
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AISC to Honor 12 Leading Design and Construction Professionals at NASCC: The Steel Conference
Professor Ashley Thrall is among twelve leaders from across the structural steel design, construction and academic communities who will be presented with a prestigious award by the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) at the 2018 NASCC: The Steel Conference (April 11-13 in Baltimore).
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Boats, planes, trains, and automobiles: A global journey to understand sea-surface temperatures during the Pliocene and Pleistocene eras
Graduate student Alejandra Cartagena-Sierra's research has taken her across the globe to study sea surface temperature during the Pleistocene era in southern Africa.
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