Congratulations to David Hurwitz, an assistant professor in the School of Civil and Construction Engineering, for receiving the prestigious ASCE ExCEEd (Excellence in Civil Engineering Education) New Faculty Excellence in Teaching Award. Hurwitz was selected from a large pool of highly talented candidates and will be presented with a plaque during the ASEE Annual Conference in June in Indianapolis, IN. Continue reading
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Tsunamis destroy coral reefs
A study conducted after the massive Sept. 2009 tsunami in American Samoa shows that tsunamis can cause extensive damage to sensitive coral reefs that provide essential habitat for marine life.
Efficient solar cells from inkjet technology
Reducing raw material waste by 90 percent in the production of solar energy may soon be a reality thanks to a powerful new inkjet technology invented at Oregon State.
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