Bethany Neilson, better known as Beth, gathered a team of 25 undergraduates, graduate students and PhD candidates from universities throughout the state in Logan to collaborate on a scientific snapshot of the Logan River.... [read more]
The United States had it’s heyday building dams in the 1930s and 40s, but there are still engineers designing dams right here in Utah. Jennifer Pemberton visited the Utah Water Research Lab in Logan to see models of cutting-edge dams designed to be built all over the world.... [read more]
Ren Gibbons gives Ignite Presentation based on his undergraduate experience in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
This April, Ren Gibbons, an undergraduate student from your department, gave an Ignite USU presentation titled “Path to the Bridge’s End.” Ren did a phenomenal job representing the Civil Engineering Department as he spoke about his research and experience in bridge building and structural analysis.... [read more]
Mac McKee and Alfonso Torres-Rua wrote a piece for The Conversation, a U.S.-based international online news site with 290,000 unique visitors per month. The site has a strong presence in Australia, Canada and the U.K. ... [read more]
Kay Parajuli won second place for the student technical paper at an ASCE conference in Austin, Texas. His advisors are David Tarboton and Scott Jones.... [read more]