New innovation in engineering uses principles of origami to create folding structures.
Two-day event brings students from 19 universities to campus for civil and environmental engineering competition.
Research team receives grant to study massive landslide in Oso, Wash.
Water Environment Federation student team wins top prize at regional competition.
Workshop to explore the possibilities presented by origami engineering.
Assistant professor wins award for his paper on the effect of interphases on mechanical response and stability of fiber-reinforced elastomers.
Two assistant professors receive grants from the National Science Foundation to support their research projects.
Graduate degree program gives students an opportunity to learn about construction management with a global perspective.
Research team has unique opportunity to study flood damage.
Associate professor receives recognition for outstanding teaching ability.
Center previously known for earthquake engineering research expands its focus to include prediction and mitigation of multiple hazards.
Modeling tool will help researchers evaluate impact of wide-base tires on pavement life.
High school girls to explore sustainable solutions to environmental and energy challenges through classroom and hands-on learning.
Professor heads project to establish Critical Zone Observatory in the Midwest.
Professor receives award for contributions to the practice of engineering mechanics.