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Two 2010-2011 senior design projects each received a $7,500 National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) Engineering Award that encourages collaboration between students and licensed professional engineers. It is notable that no other university has ever won two NCEES awards in a single year, and yet our Civil and Environmental Engineering program achieved this same feat just last year!
The two SU projects honored with 2012 NCEES awards were "Design of an Orphanage, Learning and Community Center in Ethiopia" and "Historic Dam Guard Rail and Vehicle Barrier Retrofit for Public Safety." Click here to view the profiles of the winning submissions.
Pictured above is Dan Pickering '11, who was on the Cedar Falls Dam Safety Retrofit design team, receiving the award from George Twiss from the Washington State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors. Also in the picture is Professor Katherine Kuder, the team's faculty advisor and by her side is one of the team's professional liaisons, Robert Cochran from Seattle City Light.
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