Civil Engineering Department Career Night was successfully held on Monday, March 4, 2013, in Levering Hall, Johns Hopkins University. More information
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 […]
Dr. Somnath Ghosh and Dr. Sieghried Schmauder will co-host the 22nd annual international workshop on computational mechanics of materials (IWCMM22) in Baltimore, Maryland during September 24-26, 2012. More Information
JHU CE Graduate, Maggie Wildnauer, won the SOM 2012 Structural Engineering Travel Fellowship. Congratulations, Maggie!
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 […]