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Two CE Alumni Receive Awards from Turner Construction Company

March 15, 2019

Congratulations to Avital Zenilman (BS ’17) and Joseph Conlon (BS ’17) who recently received awards from their employer, Turner Construction Company! Zenilman received the Rookie of the Year Award and Conlon received the Bringing Out The Best Award, which are described below in further detail. ROOKIE OF THE YEAR: Staff members who have been with […]

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Paper Co-authored by Prof. Ben Schafer Receives 2018 Norman Medal

April 20, 2018

Congratulations to Prof. Ben Schafer for co-authoring “Experimental Seismic Response of a Full-Scale Cold-Formed Steel-Framed Building. 1: System-Level Response,” which was selected by the ASCE Society Awards Committee to receive the 2018 Norman Medal. The first author is Kara Peterman (M.S. ’11, Ph.D. ’14) and other JHU-related co-authors are Prof. Schafer, Matt Stehman (Ph.D. ’14), Steve Buonopane (Ph.D. ’04). […]

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Dr. Andrew Gaynor M.S.E. ’13, Ph.D. ’15 Excels as an Army Research Laboratory Research Apprenticeship Program Fellow

March 15, 2017

“For graduate school, I applied to Johns Hopkins almost on a whim, but ended up deciding to go there because of the unique and exciting experience it offered.” As part of the Army Research Laboratory’s (ARL) Research Associateship Program, Department of Civil Engineering alumnus Andrew Gaynor works in ARL’s Weapons and Materials Research Directorate’s Materials […]

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Debraj Ghosh ’05 Promoted to Associate Professor at Indian Institute of Science

October 16, 2015

Congratulations to Civil Engineering alumnus Debraj Ghosh Ph.D. ’05 who recently received a promotion to Associate Professor at the Indian Institute of Science. Ghosh received his M.S.E. in Civil Engineering from the Indian Institute of Science in 2001, then pursued his Ph.D. at Hopkins and completed some post-doctoral at Stanford University before returning to India. We wish him […]

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A Century of Civil Engineering at the Johns Hopkins University: 1913-2013

October 18, 2012

In his 1876 inaugural address as president of Johns Hopkins University, Daniel Coit Gilman cited the need, in well-populated areas, for civic or municipal engineers. Indeed, in the decades that followed, the country experienced a transformation from an agrarian to an industrial society. The waves of immigrants, rise of a prosperous middle class, and mass production […]

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