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Spring 2014 Civil Engineering Graduates

Civil Engineering Spring 2014 graduates

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Dr. Ley receives award from American Concrete Institute

Dr. Ley receiving award from President Ellis

Dr. Tyler Ley received the Walter P. Moore, Jr. Faculty Achievement Award from American Concrete Institute.  Dr. Ley received the award at the 2014 ACI Reno Convention.

Oklahoma State University, College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology Recognized as Excellent University

3 Students in Flintco hardhats

(STILLWATER, Okla., March 1, 2013)-  Oklahoma State University has been given an Excellent University Award from the American Concrete Institute (ACI) for student and faculty efforts to support the industry.

OSU is one of sixteen schools to earn an ACI Excellent University Award for 2012. More than 60 other universities around the world with ACI student chapters were eligible for the award, as well as a number of other universities with faculty involved in ACI committees and research projects.

OSU to quantify the benefits of going green

(STILLWATER, Okla., March 4, 2013) –The benefits of Oklahoma State University changing from diesel to natural gas transit buses will soon be characterized and quantified in a study by Dr. Phil Lewis, assistant professor in OSU’s School of Civil and Environmental Engineering. OSU’s Parking and Transit Services Department has given Dr. Lewis the green light to study the benefits of burning clean.

Multi-million Dollar Grant Addresses Region's Transportation Infrastructure

Oklahoma State University among group of universities to lead Southern Plains Regional Transportation Center

(STILLWATER, Okla., October 2, 2013) — Oklahoma State University is one of several institutions involved in leading the Southern Plains Regional Transportation Center. This University Transportation Center was awarded a $2.6 million grant by the U.S. Department of Transportation.

Dolese donates most of its company stock to OSU, OU & KSU foundations in unique partnership

Group posed in front of a Dolese cement truck in Oklahoma City. Steve Gooch - The Oklahoman

Left to right:  Guy Patton, The University of Oklahoma Foundation President; Mark Helm, President of Dolese Brothers; Kirk Jewell, President & Chief Executive Officer, Oklahoma State University Foundation; Bill Schlittler, CFO, Dolese Brothers.  Steve Gooch - The Oklahoman

Go to full color story at The Oklahoman.

Paving the way for improvements

OSU professor Kelvin Wang shows members of the research team the pavement images his technology collects.

OSU professor Kelvin Wang shows members of the research team for the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology the pavement images his technology collects. Engineers can use the information to prioritize repairing and even replacing roads.  PHIL SHOCKLEY / UNIVERSITY MARKETING

OSU professor’s technology cuts highway maintenance costs

As aging takes its toll on America’s infrastructure, the cost and maintenance of roads, bridges and other public structures have become key issues.

2013 Homecoming

OSU Homecoming is on Saturday, October 19, 2013. The game time kick-off against TCU is at 11:00 am. Please come join us for brunch from 9:00 - 10:30 am at the tent on the lawn south of Engineering South Saturday to celebrate with your CIVE friends.

For those who don’t have a parking permit for games, there is remote parking in downtown Stillwater with bus service provided to campus. This bus service brings you from downtown Stillwater at 7th and Lewis to the north side of the stadium.

2013 National Timber Bridge Design Competition

Oklahoma State University students won the Best Support Structure 1st Place award for the Suspension Bridge category. They also won 2nd Place in the  Most Innovative Design.

Pickens Legacy Scholarship Match

Dr. John P. Lloyd, emeritus faculty in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, is donating $50,000 for graduate fellowships in civil engineering. With the Pickens Match, the $100,000 endowed fund is expected to produce $5,000 per year in student support.