Posts tagged with: "Civil and Environmental Engineering"

Students from Florida Christian School set up their model building in front of FIU's Wall of Wind fans

Wall of Wind Challenge attracts next generation of engineers

Eight students from Coral Park Senior High School huddled together, a question hanging in the air: Would the model building […]

FIU in D.C.: DACA solution in play, hurricane researchers share analysis

FIU in D.C.: DACA solution in play, hurricane researchers share analysis

FIU is working hard to ensure policy makers receive analysis of the impact of recent hurricanes directly from FIU researchers while […]

Building better bridges: An FIU professor is leading the nation’s efforts to make infrastructure safer

Building better bridges: An FIU professor is leading the nation’s efforts to make infrastructure safer

FIU has designated five university programs as “preeminent,” a recognition of high-caliber, collaborative work that generates unique learning opportunities, pioneering […]

Wall of Wind researcher competes in largest ironman triathlon

Wall of Wind researcher competes in largest ironman triathlon

By Joel Delgado ’12 MS ’17  Some of Roy Liu-Marques’s friends call him crazy. He wears that with a badge of […]

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Engineering the future: Expansion provides educational opportunities, new jobs, economic impact

Engineering the future: Expansion provides educational opportunities, new jobs, economic impact

As FIU pushes to expand both geographically and in student enrollment, the university is working with industry leaders to grow its College […]

This year's DOE Fellows at an induction ceremony in November.

Training minority students in environmental restoration

Twelve FIU students have earned the opportunity to participate in hands-on research, competitive summer internships and personal mentorship that will […]

White House honors FIU bridge expert as Champion of Change

White House honors FIU bridge expert as Champion of Change

The White House and the U.S. Department of Transportation will honor Atorod Azizinamini, chair of the Department of Civil and […]

High schools students explored the construction taking place at the junction of FL-826 and FL-836.

Transportation camp spurs aspiring civil engineers

A California bridge that earned an “A” rating just last year from the Federal Highway Administration collapsed last week after heavy […]

D.C. Update: New Congress convenes, transportation advocates take the lead

D.C. Update: New Congress convenes, transportation advocates take the lead

The new year marked the beginning of the 114th Congress in Washington, D.C., and the release of new educational legislation […]

Internships propel FIU grad to NASA

Internships propel FIU grad to NASA

At 26, FIU alumnus Rigoberto Roche has reached a level of scientific success that many recent graduates can only imagine. […]

Miami’s smart bridge

Miami’s smart bridge

It’s the busiest interchange in a city where nearly everybody drives. More than 200,000 vehicles a day cross the flyover […]

FIU to develop technology to fix and build bridges—fast

FIU to develop technology to fix and build bridges—fast

The U.S. Department of Transportation has awarded FIU a $1.4 million grant to work on one of the nation’s leading […]

Sustainable development proposal for Haiti wins recognition for FIU students

Sustainable development proposal for Haiti wins recognition for FIU students

Six months after they spent their spring break in Haiti to assess the reality of post-earthquake foreign aid, FIU students […]

Mini-Wall of Wind at Miami Science Museum

Mini-Wall of Wind at Miami Science Museum

Miami Science Museum goers can now test a model house against hurricane force winds. FIU and the International Hurricane Research […]

FIYou: Tanya Jackson ’10

FIYou: Tanya Jackson ’10

Name: Tanya Jackson ’10 Hometown: Bull’s Bay, Jamaica. Job Title/Department: TA, Department of Civil and Environment Engineering (CEE), College of […]