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Five faculty have received Global Innovation Fund Awards for research that enhances the UW’s global engagement and reach. Congratulations to faculty members Amy Kim, Faisal Hossain, Heidi Gough, Tim Larson and Julian Marshall!
Led by associate professor Faisal Hossain, a new study has determined not only which cities may experience water shortages, but also includes policy recommendations.
A study published by a team of researchers including associate professor Erkan Istanbulluoglu has received the 2015 Editor’s Choice Award from Water Resources Research journal.
Assistant Professor Brett Maurer joins the geotechnical engineering research group. In addition to teaching, he will advance his research on geotechnical earthquake engineering.
The CEE-based Pacific Northwest Transportation Consortium has been awarded
approximately $14 million over five years to improve the mobility of people and goods across the region.