Civil and Architectural Engineering Welcomes Graduate Students
The Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering in the College of Engineering and Applied Science welcomed new and continuing graduate students to the Fall 2010 semester with a reception on Friday August 27, 2010. Cake and punch were provided at the small price of an introduction where are you from, what are you studying and who is your faculty supervisor. With over 55 full-time graduate students this semester from around the world, the Department is becoming quite cosmopolitan, with students bringing a diversity of ideas and perspectives that will enhance their education in Wyoming. This also helps the Department achieve its goal to educate civil and architectural engineers to design, build, operate and manage sustainable human habitat and infrastructure systems for Wyoming and the world.
Left to right, front row standing: Chris Potter and seated: Rahman, Keshav Basnet, Coleman Henry, Trey Crouch, and Department Head David Bagley. Second row: Dr. Gi-Hyeon Park, Erika Schoen, Jeni Fluener, Emily Huth, Dr. Steve Boyles, Yiping Liu, Quihong JI, Carrie Harns. Third row seated: Dr. Thom Edgar and standing: Ryan Meyer, Gonzalo Rodriguez, Scott Wolfer, Sarah Ebright, Yanfei Sui, Zaixing Huang, and Jonathan Zumwalt. Fourth row: Kiel VonFeldt, Greg Ranft, Sadegh Safaripoor, T.J. Song, Nibret Abebe, Kristin Flynt, and Paul Ringenberg. Fifth row: George Carter, Polat Akmammedov, Muftah Mehemed, Scott Koch, Martin Halvorson, Ryan Rasmussen, Ruoyu Liu, and undergraduate student Xiaoyuan Cheng. Not pictured: Chih-Chieh Chang; Liang Chen; Ngawang Chokey, Zebulun Coutler; George Dzotepe; Ahmed Elghriany; Joshua Fuller; Kendra Heimbuck; Peter Irey; Rebecca Johnson; Angela Jones; Florence Kothapalley; Ruoyu Liu, Addison MacMahon; Edward Offei; Tyler Robison; Vijay Sabawat; Promothes Saha; Christine Sednek; Jared Stiver; David Ward; Jeff Wenke; James Winters; Andrew Wrucke; and Yao Yu.