As the pandemic dragged into 2021, Maria Warren found herself reading more and more.
With Covid-19 shelving her go-to leisure activities like playing soccer and meeting friends for coffee, the PhD student turned to books in her spare time and decided reread one of her favorites: BUILT by Roma Agrawal.
Six grad students and post-doctoral researchers from the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering are one step closer to becoming the next generation of educators after being selected as Future Faculty Fellows.
PhD Student Trent Schreiber has received a SMART Scholarship from the U.S. Department of Defense. The Science Mathematics and Research for Transformation (SMART) scholarship is a scholarship-for-service program established to enhance the Department of Defense workforce with talented, innovative and brilliant scientists, engineers and researchers.
PhD student Prerna Singh has been selected for a national scholarship for graduate students in transportation. Singh, a third year PhD student and graduate research assistant in the Infrastructure Research Group, was selected out of more than 50 candidates to win the WTS Leadership Legacy Scholarship.
The first of three Commencement ceremonies this weekend was a special celebration Friday morning for students completing their doctorates. Faculty members presented their graduating Ph.D. students with their doctoral hood, a traditional part of the academic regalia.
After he graduates next month, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering Ph.D. candidate Nathaniel Tindall is headed to Austria, thanks to a scholarship from the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis.