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Faculty Spotlight: Judy Mitrani-Reiser

January 22, 2013

Judy Mitrani-Reiser, Assistant Professor in Civil Engineering, is featured on Homewood Faculty e-Newsletter, talks about teaching excellence at Homewood campus in the Johns Hopkins University. More information

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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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Ben Schafer @ The Peabody

Uniquely Hopkins:

November 1, 2010

Why do buildings and bridges look the way they do today? To answer this question, students in Perspectives on the Evolution of Structures, a popular class taught every spring by the Civil Engineering’s chair, Ben Schafer, look to JHU’s Peabody Library and its collection of rare architectural books for answers. “The class includes a section […]

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