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Milton Geiger on Solar Gardens

BERG's Milton Geiger will be a featured speaker at the USGBC-Wyoming's Biennial Conference. BERG is UW's Building Energy Research Group . Geiger's presentation is entitled "Solar Gardens: Can We Grow Them in Wyoming?" The conference takes place at Hotel Terra in Teton Village, October 16-18.  More info at:

New Masters Degree program in Architectural Engineering

In March the UW Trustees approved a Masters of Science degree program in Architectural Engineering.  UW becomes the 10th university in the country to offer this degree.  The new program will allow the Architectural Engineering faculty to recruit more graduate students and increase research activities, particularly in the area of building energy systems.  This program goes into effect immediately. 

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Department News

UW’s Ogden to Lead Water Sustainability and Climate Project

UW’s Ogden to Lead Water Sustainability and Climate Project

Dr. Fred Ogden leads a National Science Foundation (NSF) research project funded with a $2.89 million grant to study water sustainability, land-use management and climate in the Panama Canal watershed.

Thomas Edgar

Thomas Edgar Tau Beta Pi Wyoming Eminent Engineer

Thom was an officer in the student chapter of the ASCE as an undergraduate and was an assistant faculty advisor at CSU. He was the UW ASCE faculty advisor for 29 years during which time the chapter has received four Certificates of Commendation and the steel bridge has gone to national competition five times.

Paul Rechard

Paul Rechard and Hydrology

Paul Rechard seemed to be born for water, of any form.  Born in 1927, he’s the son of a math professor who would go on to be the dean of arts and sciences.  Paul and his older brother Ottis went through high school at the University of Wyoming prep school.

Jonathan Brant

Dr. Jonathan Brant Appointed as the Fetzner Faculty Fellow

Assistant Professor Jonathan Brant from the Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering has been appointed as the Fetzner Faculty Fellow.

Back in Space - Tal Wammen

Back in Space

UW Civil Engineering graduate Tal Wammen is designing and testing fuel tank technology for NASA’s Space Launch System.

"I have a great relationship with the faculty there at UW,” Wammen says. “The experience I got there at college is something that has helped me every day at work.”

Len Turns 90

Dr. Kam Ng Awarded 2013 Young Professor Paper Competition First Runner-Up from the Deep Foundation Institute (DFI) Educational Trust

November 19, 2013 — Dr. Kam Ng, assistant professor of the Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering, was awarded the 2013 Young Professor Paper Competition, First Runner-Up, from the DFI Educational Trust, for his paper entitled “Towards a Performance-Based Design of Drilled Shafts.”

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Informational Meeting for 2015 Architecture Study Abroad

UW Civil & Architectural Engineering's Architecture Study Abroad program in London, Paris and Barcelona will be offered in May-June 2015. It is a 4-week program. 3 or 6 credits are offered. An informational meeting will be held Wednesday, October 1, at 5:00 p.m. in room 3070 Engineering. Students of all majors are welcome. Come learn about this amazing opportunity!

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