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Two UNB engineering faculty members receive American Concrete Institute Foundation awards

Dr. Michael Thomas, professor of civil engineering, received the Robert E. Philleo Award, and Dr. Ashlee Hossack, adjunct professor at UNB and materials engineer at GEMTEC Consulting Engineers and Scientists Limited, received the Young Member award for Professional Achievement.

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2021 Graduating undergraduate civil engineering students complete research theses

In 2021, nine graduating undergraduate civil engineering students completed their research theses in collaboration with civil engineering faculty members. The research topics varied in theme and subject, such as construction, pavement structures, structural and geotechnical, and transportation.

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Why does spring bring potholes? An engineering researcher fills us in.

Potholes. They’re the one spring bloom we all love to hate. But how do they happen, and why are they so hard to prevent? Dr. Xiomara Sanchez, P.Eng, assistant professor in the department of civil engineering at UNB, clears the snow from this topic.

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Civil Engineering students take part in unique alternative delivery methods of instruction

Third-year civil engineering students virtually toured the OSCO Construction Group’s Strescon Limited precast concrete manufacturing plant. This tour utilised innovative technology provided by the Off-site Construction Research Centre (OCRC) in partnership with Kognitiv Spark.

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UNB faculty member collaborates with UNB alumnus for COVID-19 research project

Dr. Lloyd Waugh, working with Cody Bradley (Bradley Engineering), is researching the use of virtual reality and 3D modelling to minimize the spread of viruses on construction sites.

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