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Civil and Environmental Engineering

During the fourth annual popsicle stick bridge building contest, third year Civil engineering student Laura Daniel made sure her team’s structure is placed correctly in a specially-built machine that measures the force applied as the structures are crusheDuring the fourth annual popsicle stick bridge building contest, third year Civil engineering student Laura Daniel made sure her team’s structure is placed correctly in a specially-built machine that measures the force applied as the structures are crushed.

Bridge-building competition provides students with real-world experience

Third-year civil engineering students built bridges out of popsicle sticks and glue that were strong enough to stand up to extreme load testing at the fourth annual popsicle stick bridge building contest on Tuesday

Green scene: The solar bench—which uses the sun’s rays to charge electronics—frames a recycling station, a bicycle rack and the Stewart Moore Carolinian Garden to point up the University of Windsor’s commitment to environmental responsibility.Green scene: The solar bench—which uses the sun’s rays to charge electronics—frames a recycling station, a bicycle rack and the Stewart Moore Carolinian Garden to point up the University of Windsor’s commitment to environmental responsibility.

UWindsor named among greenest universities in North America

UWindsor was among five Canadian universities ranked among the greenest in North america.

Local health effects of traffic pollution subject of presentation

A UWindsor post-doctoral fellow will share his research Tuesday, March 17, in the free public lecture “Cumulative Environmental Exposures and their Challenges for Health Impact Assessment in Transportation Infrastructure Planning.”

Guest speaker Tor H. Oiamo is a research associate with the Cross-Border Institute and is serving a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) post-doctoral fellowship. Dr. Oiamo’s current research aims to integrate methods and theories in urban environmental health with transportation and land use modeling systems.

officials gathered for signingUWindsor president Alan Wildeman (seated, centre) signs a memorandum of understanding surrounded by witnesses (clockwise): acting provost Bob Orr, associate vice-provost for international cooperation Diana Kao, civil engineering professor Ram Balachandar, coordinator of advanced and professional studies for the Faculty of Engineering Majid Ahmadi, head of civil engineering Faouzi Ghrib, and dean of engineering Mehrdad Saif.

University virtually inks dual-degree agreement with Italian engineering school

The University of Windsor has signed an agreement with the Università degli Studi di Udine to establish a dual-degree program in civil engineering.