Civil engineering

Paddling to Hudson Bay | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo submitted by Tom Conroy Madison Williams paddles a kayak on the Minnesota River just northwest of New Ulm on Saturday. She is on a four-month, 1,700-mile solo trip from Minneapolis to Hudson Bay. She stopped in New Ulm for a day and a night and visited the members of …

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K-State Concrete Canoe Team Area Local Students Head to Nationals

The K-State Concrete Canoe Team poses in front of their canoe, built on the Triton Trireme theme, at the Mid-America Student Symposium in Ames, Iowa, in May. Back row, left to right: Dalton Wilbrandt, faculty advisor Christopher Jones, Cody Meyer, Ben Garnmeister, Luke Vohs, Nathan Streeter, Lindsay Schupp, Isabelle McCann …

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An engineer faces a hearing on a Canadian bridge that collapsed hours after opening

A Canadian engineer will face a disciplinary hearing this month after a bridge he designed collapsed just hours after opening. The five-day hearing before a panel of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan (APEGS) Discipline Committee will begin on June 6. The panel will examine allegations that …

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Terracon Appoints Martin Reyes Director of Geotechnical Group

Terracon, a leading provider of environmental, facilities, geotechnical and materials services, has appointed Martin Reyes Group Manager of Geotechnical Services in its Pharr office. Courtesy Image – Advertising – Texas Border Affairs Pharr, Texas — Terracon, a leading provider of environmental, facilities, geotechnical and materials services, has appointed Martin Reyes …

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CC Slow Pitch League opens tonight – Monday Sports Wrap

High school In high school baseball today…• Houghton plays Jeffers.• Calumet goes to Iron Mountain.• Hancock welcomes Ontonagon.• L’Anse visits Lake Linden-Hubbell. In softball today…• Houghton visits Negaunee.• Hancock welcomes Westwood.• Voyages from Lake Linden-Hubbell to Gogebic.• L’Anse goes to Ironwood. At golf…• The Ontonagon Invitational will be played today. …

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DVIDS – News – Crew of Coast Guard Cutter Hickory hold change of command ceremony in Homer, Alaska

HOMER, Alaska – The crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Hickory held a change of command ceremony at Pioneer Pier in Homer on Thursday. Rear Adm. Nathan A. Moore presided over the ceremony, where Cmdr. Jeannette M. Greene transferred command of the Coast Guard Cutter Hickory to Lt. Cmdr. Shea …

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Columbia student-athletes win prizes on campus

History links NEW YORK– A total of 21 Columbia student-athletes won various awards on the Columbia University campus during Kickoff Week 2022. “Each year, our student-athletes truly shine on the Columbia University campus by earning many of the university’s highest honors and honors,” said Campbell …

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Engineering Design Certification Launched at BHS | Local News

BATESVILLE — The Batesville Community Education Foundation has added another program to give Batesville High School students an edge over their peers. Thanks to a grant from BCEF, BHS students enrolled in Lead the Way project engineering courses will now have the opportunity to obtain an engineering design software user …

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Ole Miss student athletes receive diplomas in early spring

History links OXFORD, Miss. – A total of 98 current and former Rebel student-athletes walked across the stage with diplomas in hand at the Spring Commencement Ceremonies spread throughout the weekend at the Sandy and John Black Pavilion at Ole Miss. The student-athletes, along with their families, …

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Meet the MBA class of 2023: Luca Marini, HEC Paris

“Passionate, multi-faceted character who doesn’t yet know what to do when I grow up.” Hometown: Salerno, Italy Fun fact about yourself: When I started my career abroad, my level of English was so bad that people couldn’t understand me well. Among other stories, I remember confusing the verb “print” with …

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12 under 40: Daniel Conley | Local News

From an early age, Daniel Conley knew he wanted to get involved in construction. “I’ve always loved construction, even as a young kid, seeing backhoes digging was really cool,” Conley said. “I had Tonka trucks and a whole fleet of equipment.” Fast forward to college and the Rose-Hulman Institute of …

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SU Announces 2022-23 Remembrance Scholars

Get the latest news from Syracuse delivered straight to your inbox. Subscribe to our newsletter here. Syracuse University announced the names of the 35 2022-23 Remembrance Scholars Thursday in a university press release. The scholarship honors the 35 students killed in the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 in 1998, …

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Central Florida District secretary tipped to lead FDOT | WNDB

Sean Mooney Daytona Beach, Florida – There’s a new face at the helm of the Florida Department of Transportation, and he might be familiar to some in Volusia County. His name is Jared Losthe was secretary of FDOT District 5, which encompasses much of central Florida, including Daytona Beach and …

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first cohort of building technology program to graduate | Education

The beginning is always a time of celebration and new beginnings. This spring, four WVU Tech graduates will be the first to earn bachelor’s degrees in construction management, the first and only such degree in the state. Tristen Nesmith from Shady Spring, Ryan Perry from Kanawha Falls, Lucas Berg from …

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Neighbours: Meet Bill Hug – Berthoud Weekly SurveyorBerthoud Weekly Surveyor

Anyone who meets Bill Hug leaves with some impressions of him. First, he is outgoing and loves people. Second, it is logical and organized. Finally, Hug, who has lived in Burgdorf for 31 years, is a die-hard Wisconsin Badger fan. Photo of Bob McDonnell – Burgdorf resident Bill Hug holds …

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Murphy creates 175 jobs for Ukrainian shelters

Up to 175 jobs will be offered to Ukrainian shelters by J. Murphy & Sons. The entrepreneur announced that he was looking to provide Ukrainian refugees with job opportunities in a variety of roles. Roles include on-site operational jobs and functional roles in areas such as finance, as well as …

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640 MITE students obtain graduation certificates

A total of 537 engineering students and 103 management students received graduation certificates at the graduation ceremony of Mangalore Institute of Technology and Engineering (MITE) in Moodbidri recently. The graduation ceremony took place for the 11th promotion of engineering students and the 12th promotion of MBA students. KNS Acharya, Director, …

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The Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute organizes a successful convention

The Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute (PCI) held a successful convention last month in Kansas City, Missouri. PCI courtesy The Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute (PCI) held a successful convention last month in Kansas City, Missouri. Highlights of the five-day event included rewarding members for their contributions, electing Matt Devos as the institute’s new …

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Railway jobs for technical assistant positions, these people can apply

The Railway Recruitment Cell (RRC) has issued a vacancy notice for the Junior Technical Assistant (JTA) positions at South Central Railway (NCR) Prayagraj. Through this recruitment, nominations will be made for 20 Junior Technical Assistant positions. Interested and eligible applicants can apply through Official Applicants http://rrcpryj.org of the CRR. Important …

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Public consultation invited on new USGS facility in Hilo

(BIVN) – Officials are seeking public comment on a new facility, which will be located on a 13-acre site near the University of Hawaii’s Hilo campus, for two US Geological Survey programs. On Friday, the US Department of the Interior announced that it was preparing an environmental assessment (EA) for …

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Stephen V. Avallone, MD, Joins Cleveland Clinic Florida as Regional Medical Director of Concierge Medicine

Concierge Medicine program expands to West Palm Beach April 4, 2022 – Stephen V. Avallone, MD, FACP, PE, has been named regional medical director of Concierge Medicine for Cleveland Clinic Florida as the program adds a fourth location in West Palm Beach. Dr. Avallone joins Cleveland Clinic Florida from the …

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Nine Lakewood Ranch students get a boost with $10,000 scholarships | Eastern County

Lakewood Ranch High School student Kelsey McLeod has dreamed of going to Louisiana State University since she was 8 years old. Her love of gymnastics first drove McLeod to college, and after visiting college last fall, she was sure of it. “Walking onto a campus when it had been my …

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The Bristol Press – Bristol students gain practical insight into potential careers

BRISTOL – In its second year, Bristol Public Schools secondary school students are gaining hands-on insight into potential careers through the district’s co-op work experience programme. According to Bristol Public Schools STEM supervisor, Dr Jaime Rechenberg, the program allows students to engage in an introductory semester to the program where …

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Ocean Energy – CorPower Ocean partners with underwater composites specialist Diab

The ocean energy developer is currently manufacturing its next generation C4 WEC, with dual build operations in Sweden and Portugal. Part of the flagship HiWave-5 project, the WEC will eventually join a four-system wave energy network, located off Aguçadoura in Portugal, forming one of the first grid-connected wave farms in …

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Fairmont State concrete canoe truck damaged in accident

FAIRMONT, WV — I-79 was closed Thursday night due to multiple north side crashes. One of the vehicles involved in one of the crashes was Fairmont State University’s ASCE and Concrete Canoe team truck. For those who don’t know, Fairmont State’s Concrete Canoe Team is a group of civil engineering …

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DVIDS – News – AAFB Airmen Improve BASH, Flight Safety with Bird Banding

The 97th Air Mobility Wing’s Flight Safety Office and the 97th Civil Engineer Squadron’s Environmental Office have partnered to study doves’ migration patterns using a banding technique. Banding is a tool used by wildlife biologists to track and manage different animal populations. Mourning Doves are the most common birds struck …

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The University of Texas at El Paso College of Engineering

The University of Texas at El Paso: College of Engineering As America’s leading Hispanic-serving institution (HSI), The University of Texas at El Paso is extremely effective at transforming student lives, creating opportunity, and producing the next generation of thought leaders. UTEP’s College of Engineering is at the forefront of this …

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Penn State students who decide not to drink explain why they don’t ‘need alcohol to have fun’ | University Park Campus News

Penn State student Keaton Zang says he doesn’t drink alcohol because of genetics. His family is predisposed to alcoholism and he has stated that he would rather not risk becoming an alcoholic himself. However, Zang (junior-computer scientist) said he doesn’t mind being around people who drink and is often the …

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Bucknell welcomes the new dean of the College of Engineering | News

LEWISBURG — Bucknell University has hired Brad Putman as Dean Richard E. Garman of the College of Engineering following a nationwide search. Putman will start at Bucknell on July 1. Putman has served as Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies at Clemson University’s College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences since …

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At $475,000, this is no average culvert project

MOUNT DESERT — It will cost up to $475,000 to replace two old, inadequate culverts that carry water from Denning Creek under Beech Hill Cross Road. Director of Public Works Tony Smith described the existing culverts as “woefully undersized and in very poor condition”. “These conditions contribute to flooding, pavement …

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Commercial UAV Expo Announces Global Media Support for 2022 Event

More than 250 best-in-class UAS partner organizations have confirmed their support for the 2022 Commercial UAV Expo. Organizers of the annual Commercial UAV Expo, the world’s largest commercial drone trade show and conference, have announced an impressive roster of over 250 supporters from 6 continents for the 2022 event, taking …

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Engineers’ research begins to look flimsy as retractions increase – Retraction Watch

A group of structural engineering researchers based in Iran have lost at least five papers for problems with data – and a data sleuth says more appear flimsy too. Four of the articles appeared in Construction and building materials between 2018 and 2020 and were written by a changing cast …

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Warren Loy Fisk | Local

RAPID CITY – Warren was born on September 4, 1938 to Margaret (Peg) and Loy Fisk. He died on March 2, 2022. He was the youngest of three children. Her early childhood was spent in Nebraska City, NE. His father was originally a motorboat operator turned surveyor for the US …

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Construction 138: January National Construction Market Data

The author is an analyst at NH Investment & Securities. He can be contacted at [email protected] — Ed. January 2022 data shows yy increases for domestic construction orders and the value of construction completed. Overall, domestic construction orders rose 6%, with non-housing and civil engineering orders offsetting the slowdown in …

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Hirings and promotions SC | Business

Architecture Tammy Griffin joined Architecture Liollio as an administrative assistant. She has 19 years of experience as a paralegal. Banking Blake Dressler was promoted to president of the Charleston market at First trusted bank. Previously, he was senior vice president and senior commercial lender. He has over 13 years of …

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South West Tram Green Line Extension Water Main Break Draws More Criticism After Water Main Breaks | Minnesota

(The Center Square) – Met Council South West Tram Green Line Extension encountered more problems. FOX 9 reported Residents of condos in Calhoun Isles in southwest Minneapolis discovered on Sunday that a water main serving the Kenilworth Tunnel construction site had failed, resulting in flooding in their basement parking lot. …

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Arlis Gene Martin | Obituary

Arlis Gene Martin July 11, 1931 — February 2, 2022 Arlis Gene Martin, 90, died on February 2, 2022. He was born on July 11, 1931 in Hinton, Oklahoma, the only child of Artie and Lois (Payton) Martin. The family moved to Lompoc, California when he was a young boy …

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Keltbray engineering manager joins Barhale

Mills spent six years at Keltbray where he worked with current Barhale Managing Director Martin Brown and now joins Barhale’s Board of Directors in his new role as Director of Engineering. He will be joined on the board by Andy Dodman who has been promoted to director of health, safety, …

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Starbucks at Durbin Creek Crossing, Emerson and Philips | Jax Daily Record | Jacksonville Daily Record

The JEA is reviewing a service availability request for a 2,600 square foot Starbucks at Durbin Creek Crossing at Race Track Road and St. Johns Parkway in St. Johns County. Starbucks at Emerson and Philips The St. Johns River Water Management District is reviewing an application for Starbucks at 3725 …

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Scuttlebut 2/22 | Fire station

The Hall of Flame celebrates its 60th anniversary Billing itself as “the largest firefighting museum in the world,” the Hall of Flame Museum in Phoenix celebrated its 60and anniversary in December 2021. The Hall’s five galleries feature thousands of artifacts, including more than 130 wheeled vehicles depicting the profession of …

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Business People – February 12, 2022 | Bismarck-Mandan Economic News

BPS announces new directors Four elementary schools in Bismarck will have new principals for the 2022-23 school year, according to Bismarck Public Schools. Marcia Dorrheim will hold the position at Sunrise Elementary. She has been an educator for almost 20 years and has worked for BPS since 2015. Melissa hurt …

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Canandaigua students plan fundraiser for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada

CANANDAIGUA — One of Lynsie Coccia’s best friends had leukemia when she was eight years old and now, seven years later, she is cancer free. Sam Orcutt’s family has had a number of cancer diagnoses over the past year. These are two reasons the seniors of Canandaigua Academy are teaming …

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The expense bill has $403 million for a leaky fuel tank installation in Oahu

HONOLULU — Hawaii’s congressmen said Monday that a spending bill that must pass to avoid a government shutdown includes $403 million to deal with the crisis caused by the oil spill from a Navy fuel storage tank in Pearl Harbor drinking water. HONOLULU — Hawaii’s congressmen said Monday that a …

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Growing use in civil engineering, mechanical engineering, construction and geology is driving industry growth across the globe – Cleveland Sports Zone

[131 Pages Report] Geotechnical Deformation Monitoring Devices Market Overview 2022 Deformation monitoring (also called deformation study) is the systematic measurement and tracking of the alteration of shape or dimensions of an object as a result of stresses induced by applied loads. Deformation monitoring is a major part of recording …

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Kier wins £3bn Dogger Bank wind farm contract

General Electric has awarded a contract to Kier for the delivery of the onshore power converter station to Redcar for RWE’s £3 billion Sofia offshore wind farm, located on Dogger Bank in the North Sea. The new converter station will be located next to the Wilton complex, near the village …

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Home Minister in Town – Star of Mysore

Regrets the presence of certain black sheep to tarnish the image of the Police Passing Out Parade of the 45th Group of PSI (Civil) held at KPA Mysore/Mysore: The fainting parade of the 45th group of trainee police sub-inspectors (civilians) of the Karnataka Police Academy (KPA) took place at KPA …

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News desk | ILLINOIS

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Five professors at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign have been named scholars in recognition of their excellence in teaching, scholarship and service. Since an in-person celebration was not possible a year ago due to COVID-19 precautions, a gathering in honor of two years of Urbana campus scholars …

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Architecture studies: establishing a new form of architect

Architecture studies: establishing a new form of architect Architecture workshop. Image © Aitor Estevez To share To share Facebook Twitter pinterest WhatsApp To post Or https://www.archdaily.com/975903/architectural-studies-establishing-a-new-form-of-architect What are architectural studies? A controversial method of architectural study, the subject encompasses all elements of architectural education for in-depth understanding but does not …

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The Center for Socially Responsible AI awards seed funding to seven projects

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pennsylvania – The Penn State Center for Socially Responsible Artificial Intelligence (CSRAI) recently announced the results of its second seed funding competition, awarding more than $96,000 to advance seven interdisciplinary research projects featuring researchers of 11 colleges and institutes. Each proposal was evaluated for its link to the …

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Why Study Environmental Science and Sustainability Studies?

As the world begins to change, more and more students are focusing on the future. For many, this means exploring the fields of sustainability and environmental science. Sustainability means that we meet our needs today without compromising the ability of future generations to meet theirs. As the world begins to …

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New York Air National Guard Promotions | Winners

LATHAM – Maj. Gen. Ray Shields, Adjutant General of New York State, announced the recent promotion of members of the New York Air National Guard’s 174th Attack Wing in recognition of their ability to assume responsibilities and additional leadership. Promotions include: Andrew Ammann of Central Square, and assigned to the …

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West Hartford Announces Appointment of Director of Community Development – We-Ha

Duane Martin has been officially named Director of Community Development for the City of West Hartford. By Ronni Newton Duane Martin, who served as the acting director of the West Hartford Community Development Department, has been permanently appointed to the position of director effective Jan. 30, 2022, City Manager Matt …

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Tonga suffers major damage to homes and water: local sources

View of Nomuka, Tonga, taken on January 17, 2022. Photo: CFP Five days after the volcanic eruption, Tonga remains largely out of contact with the outside world, except for satellite phone services. The volcanic ash fall has contaminated local fresh water, which depends on rainwater harvesting reservoirs, and the tsunami …

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Geotechnical Services Market Latest Advances and Business Opportunities 2021-2030

Allied Market Research Geotechnical Services Market by Type and Application: Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast by 2030 PORTLAND, OREGON, USA, Jan. 17, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — The global geotechnical services market is expected to reach $3.7 billion by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 6.7% by 2021 to 2030. The …

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GATE 2022 Admission Card Released; Check exam dates, paper model, syllabus

GATE 2022 will be held on February 5, 6, 12 and 13, 2022 Image credit: shutterstock.com New Delhi: GATE 2022 admission card: The admission card for the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE 2022) has been released. Students who will appear in the GATE 2022 can download the hall ticket …

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Drafting Services Industry Insights Shows the Benefits of Growing Demand for CAD Services

Global Copywriting Services Market Report 2022 – Global Market Size, Trends and Forecast 2022 – 2026 The Business Research Company Global Writing Services Market Report 2022 – Global Market Size, Trends and Forecast 2022-2026 LONDON, GREATER LONDON, UK, January 13, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ – Rising demand for computer aided design (CAD) …

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Frank Dale Christensen | Obituary

June 26, 1934 – December 14, 2021 Frank Dale Christensen passed away on December 14 at Prestige West Hills Senior Living with a loving family and caregivers by his bedside. Frank was born on June 26, 1934 to parents Fred and Anna (Moser) Christensen in Coquille. He was very proud …

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DPA agent accused of sex crime

05 January 2022 LEXINGTON – The University of Kentucky Board of Trustees approved a $ 3 million donation to the College of Engineering from a former student and longtime supporter of James F. Hardymon University at the meeting of the December 14. The donation will support the renovations and, where …

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A long-awaited call leads to a real connection

One Saturday in June 2018, Vaibhavi Kamat, then a senior in the state of North Carolina, took a seat at a busy table at Darbar Indian Cuisine, a Manhattan restaurant. Soon she was talking to Jaideep Rao, then a rising senior at the University of Mississippi. Ms. Kamat and Mr. …

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DVIDS – News – Ammunition troops are a vital but often forgotten part of the air-to-air refueling world

An often overlooked specialty in the refueling community is the Ammunition Systems Specialist, colloquially known as “Ammunition Troops” throughout the Air Force. Although Ammunition Specialists are generally not considered when it comes to the air-to-air refueling mission, they play a vital role within the unit that can easily go unnoticed. …

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NIT Warangal increases doctoral places from this year

Hyderabad: The Warangal National Institute of Technology (NIT-W) has increased the number of doctoral places from 150 to 200 for the 2021-22 academic year. The institute will offer full-time and part-time doctoral programs in 13 departments, including civil engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, electronic and communications engineering, metallurgical and materials …

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Garrett Foster Obituary (1977 – 2021) – Knoxville, TN

Garrett foster July 16, 1977 – December 19, 2021 Garrett Ottenfeld Foster, 44, of Knoxville, Tennessee, died surrounded by his family on Sunday, December 19, 2021 after a courageous battle with colorectal cancer. Garrett was born July 16, 1977. He was raised in Bristol, Tennessee. He was a veteran Eagle …

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How the construction industry blocked better tornado protection

Even as the pressure to demand safe rooms in a wide range of buildings fizzled out, engineers were working on an even bigger goal: to change the way buildings are designed and constructed in tornado zones, to survive them all. storms, except the most violent. Designing a structure to withstand …

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Herbert Fishman Obituary (2021) – Hartford, Connecticut

On December 19, 2021, Herbert B. Fishman, 93, passed away after a valiant 17-year battle with Parkinson’s disease. Herb was born July 30, 1928 in Hartford, Connecticut. He lived in West Hartford, attended Hall High School, and received two degrees from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute: a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering …

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Thiruvananthapuram City Police Commissioner Balram – The New Indian Express

Express news service THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The saying “you never stop learning” is true in letter and spirit for Thiruvananthapuram Town Police Commissioner Balram Kumar Upadhyay. The avid learner will soon add another feather to his cap as he has laid eyes on an MTech degree. A BTech graduate in civil engineering, …

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Broadening the Conversation on Sustainability | MIT News

Stacy Godfreey-Igwe sat in her dorm at MIT, staring frantically at her phone. An unprecedented snowstorm had hit her hometown of Richardson, Texas, and she was struggling to contact her family. She felt worried and frustrated, aware that neighboring areas had not lost electricity during the storm but that her …

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New study reveals real reason for Millennium Bridge sway

A new study by an international team of engineers and mathematicians, led by Georgia State University and the University of Bristol, has uncovered the true cause of the infamous “oscillation” of London’s Millennium Bridge. The pedestrian crossing over the Thames between Tate Modern and St Paul’s Cathedral opened in June …

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National Botanic Garden of Wales wins second major prize in civil engineering

The Regency Restoration Project, National Botanic Garden of Wales, won the top 2021 Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE Wales Cymru) Awards. This is in addition to the ICE People’s Choice Award won earlier this fall. While the top prize was voted on by the public, that award is judged by …

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Friendship Force welcomes Afghan refugees at year-end party | Extra Quarter

(Left to right) Abdul Wajid Hadi, Omran Shayesta, Mohibullah Himat and Irfan Bahawi, refugees from Afghanistan, attend the annual Friendship Force of Lincoln party. COURTESY PHOTO BY MAXINE MOUL, FFL vice-president, for the Quartier Extra Four new Afghan residents of Lincoln gave an international focus to the annual Friendship Force …

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Penn State Students ‘Wish’ For More Break Time After Thanksgiving Vacation | University park campus news

The Thanksgiving break is designed to give Penn State students some free time for schoolwork and allow people to enjoy the vacations with their families. However, many said they felt the week didn’t give them enough time to relax before returning for the Finals. Some institutions such as Stanford have …

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SSJID Now Debt Free After Paying Off $ 11 Million In Unfunded Retirement Costs

The Southern San Joaquin Irrigation District is a rarity among California government agencies. He is no longer in debt after the board of directors approved full payment of the district’s $ 11 million unfunded pension liability. The district currently has no outstanding bonds. “The Board of Directors has made the …

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Company-X renews and rebuilds Magnetize applications on AWS

Briana Christey. Credit: Supplied Hamilton-based Company-X rebuilt and streamlined the Magnetize tracking and planning app and moved it from the office to the cloud. The six-month overhaul and rebuild project, assisted by a recommendation from The Instillery, has enabled Pukekohe-based Magnetize to launch new business management software that makes it …

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Fred. Olsen Renewables and Vattenfall Support Future Scottish Renewable Engineers

A ScotWind partnership, including Fred. Olsen Renewables and Vattenfall, announced the creation of a Future Leaders Fund to help students at the University of the Highlands and Islands to study in the fields of civil engineering and energy engineering, providing a career path in the Highlands, Scotland. , and the …

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People and companies: December 1

Dempsey cancer care center has new chief at the helm A woman with more than a quarter of a century of experience in the public, private and social sectors has been chosen as the new CEO and President of the Dempsey Center. Valentino Cara Valentino is a Certified Executive Coach …

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Virgil Abloh, the creative genius whose vision of fashion has transcended borders and crossed art, has died at 41

The great master of art, fashion and design, Virgil Abloh, has died at the age of 41. The founder of Off-White and head of menswear at Louis Vuitton died on November 28 after a low-key battle with a rare form of cancer. A leader in many fields, Alboh has been …

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Obituary Dean Franz (1960 – 2021) – Marysville, WA

Dean Rocky Franz, 61, of Lake Stevens, Washington died on November 14, 2021.He was born in Rapid City, South Dakota, on Monday April 4, 1960. Dean graduated from Cedar Lake Academy and received a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from Walla Walla University. On Sunday December 16, 1984, Dean married …

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Loughborough University joins the Smart Construction Network

Loughborough School of Architecture, Construction and Civil Engineering became the latest member of the Smart Construction Network (SCN). The SCN is made up of academic institutions, R&D organizations, industrial centers and commercial organizations, and aspires to be the channel through which expert knowledge, innovative ideas and best practices can be …

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SSC JE Paper II 2019 Results Announced, 2,890 Candidates Qualify for Document Verification Cycle

The Personnel Selection Commission (SSC) declared the results of the junior engineer examination (civil, mechanical, electrical and quantity survey and contracts), 2019. In total, 2890 candidates were selected to sit for the verification of documents. Applicants can view the result notice on -ssc.nic.in “The scores of qualified / unqualified applicants …

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What the re-emergence of AR and VR technologies means for businesses

For a while, it seemed like the hype around augmented and virtual reality in business was fading. Then COVID-19 closed workplaces around the world. This forced executives to assess which technologies could improve old processes and keep people connected into the next normal. Using tools that mimic real experiences, such …

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Clackamas Community College: Wade Hathhorn appointed to CCC Board of Directors

18 November 2021, 08:48 OREGON CITY – Wade Hathhorn, from Oak Grove, has joined the education council at Clackamas Community College. He was sworn in at the regular Board of Education meeting on November 17. He occupies the post left vacant by the resignation of Dave Hunt, representing the Gladstone …

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ORITE meets infrastructure needs through thermoplastic research

Posted: November 17, 2021 Author: Staff reports Ohio University’s Ohio Research Institute for Transportation and the Environment (ORITE) recently collaborated with the National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) on a study that evaluated the performance of pipes created from recycled plastic. ORITE conducted a year-long experiment in which the pipes …

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GAF begins commercial production at the fourth polyiso insulation manufacturing site

PARSIPPANY, NJ, November 15, 2021 / PRNewswire / – GAF today announced that it has expanded its commercial roofing business with the start of production at the company’s fourth polyisocyanurate (polyiso) insulation manufacturing facility for its EnergyGuardâ„¢ product line. Strategically located in New Colombia, Pennsylvania, this new facility allows GAF …

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John (Jack) Rudolph Erdody, 76

WILMINGTON – John (Jack) Rudolph Erdody, 76, of Wilmington, North Carolina, passed away on Monday, November 8, 2021 at New Hanover Regional Medical Center with his family by his side. Jack was born May 2, 1945 in Elizabeth, New Jersey, son of the late Zoltan and Elsie Erdody, and raised …

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Mayor’s Update | News from the garden city

Mayor Cosmo Veneziale Edgemere Fire Department At the board meeting on October 21, 2021, the directors declared the urgency of exempting from the competitive bidding the emergency repairs to the Edgemere fire station (position # 2) which concern the health and safety of the firefighters assigned to it. The Trustees …

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