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Alumna Amy Leland standing on the former Snohomish River bridge

May 15, 2023

Building bridges: Meet alumna Amy Leland

In addition to overseeing more than 3,000 bridges throughout the state of Washington in her position as the new State Bridge Design Engineer, alumna Amy Leland is also the first woman to hold this position.
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The exterior of a 10-story building constructed from mass timber

May 08, 2023

A timber triumph: Seismically resilient and sustainable

CEE researchers including Professor Jeffrey Berman and Ph.D. student Sarah Wichman test a sustainable and seismically resilient 10-story mass timber building designed to withstand Seattle earthquakes.
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Pink dye released into water

Feb 01, 2023

Research with a splash of color

The phrase “a splash of color” took on a very literal meaning for a team of CEE researchers. Using environmentally safe pink dye, they are investigating the movement of water where a river flows into the ocean.
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Michelle Hu and Miguel Gonzalez

Jan 25, 2023

Meet the members: Graduate Student Advisory Board

Two members of CEE's inaugural Graduate Student Advisory Board reflect on their experiences and the impact they had during one-year board terms.
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Professor Jessica Lundquist and scientist Steve Oncley setting up a sensor

Dec 05, 2022

Snow sleuths

This fall, CEE researchers descended on a small town in Colorado’s Rocky Mountains to prepare for a winter of data-gathering to improve water resources modeling by investigating missing snow.
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I-5 leading into Downtown Seattle at night

Nov 22, 2022

Bridging the gap: Assessing the impact of a M9 earthquake on bridges

It may be impossible to predict when a M9 earthquake may strike the region, but researchers have succeeded in predicting a crucial detail: the likelihood that bridges will be passable following such an event.
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