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Terracon Foundation Awards $7,500 Grant to the University of Arkansas to Support Graduate Students...

Fayetteville, Ark. — The Terracon Foundation announced a $7,500 University Grant to the University of Arkansas to provide one $3,750 scholarship to each of...

System will help planners identify, prioritize highway projects

A new prototype system that monitors the number and type of tractor-trailers moving through a region could help transportation planners identify and prioritize infrastructure projects and increase operational efficiency. 

$500,000 gift paves the way for concrete research

The Oklahoma/Arkansas chapter of the American Concrete Pavement Association pledged $500,000 to the Department of Civil Engineering in the College of Engineering at the University of Arkansas for concrete pavement initiatives, research and related activities.

Wood use in schools expected to increase

As U.S. designers seek to satisfy the needs of a growing student population, Think Wood anticipates an increase in wood schools over the next decade.

Researcher going to India to document damage from record rains

Richard Coffman, associate professor of civil engineering at the University of Arkansas, will travel to the Indian state of Kerala this week as part of a mission to study the impact of record rains and flooding. Kerala received almost 100 inches of rain between June 1 and Aug. 26.

Ozarks Bound

Cross-laminated timber comes to the Natural State in the form of student dormitories at the University of Arkansas. Cross-laminated timber (CLT) might be an increasingly...

University of Arkansas doctoral student receives Innovation Award

U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao honored University of Arkansas graduate student Joseph Daniels with the Recognizing Aviation and Aerospace Innovation in Science and Engineering award (RAISE). Daniels, a doctoral candidate in civil engineering, is developing an anti-icing pavement system designed to improve airfield safety during extreme weather.

Online graduate programs

For working professionals seeking to earn a master’s degree in civil engineering, structural engineering, engineering management, or a related discipline, the following expanding list...

University of Arkansas breaks ground on state’s first mass timber project

A library storage building under construction on the University of Arkansas campus is the first demonstration of mass timber design and construction in the state of Arkansas, according to university officials.
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