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'The Bridge' tackles growing need for resilient infrastructure

The severity and far-ranging consequences of megadisasters are establishing a new normal for natural disasters such as earthquakes, hurricanes and wildfires—and a corresponding challenge to the engineering profession to help develop the resilient infrastructure needed to reduce their impact, writes Tom O'Rourke in the latest issue of The Bridge , a publication of the National Academy of Engineering. O'Rourke, the Thomas R. Briggs Professor of Engineering in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, is guest editor for the July 1, 2019, issue, which tackles the rapidly growing need for... Read more

CFEM Alumni and Associate Director Liz Drummond

CFEM's End of the Year Post: Happy Summer to All!

We had so much fun catching up with old friends at Kingston Hall last Thursday. Over drinks and beef patties, incoming CFEM students celebrated the end of their first year and discussed their current summer internships. 100% of incoming CFEMers were placed in summer internships ( 68% of summer internship offers were a direct result of alumni connections and CFEM resume drops!) 98% of the FE students who completed their studies in December 2018 have accepted full-time offers and/or will pursue Ph.D. programs. We look forward to greeting all new students in Ithaca and New York City in the fall,... Read more