GEER Responds to the Kumamoto, Japan Earthquakes to Document their Impacts

GAANN Fellowship Program Toward Engineering Resilience (2015-2020)

The department of Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering (CEAE) at University of Colorado Boulder currently is now hosting a GAANN (Graduate Assistantships in Areas of National Need) fellowship program geared toward engineering resilience. For more information on the program, faculty involved, and the application process:

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NSF Early CAREER Award: Toward a New Paradigm in Evaluating and Mitigating Urban Liquefaction (2015-2020)

Principal Investigator: Shideh Dashti

NSF Initiative: RIPS Type 1 —  The Interdependence of Built, Social, and Information Infrastructures for Community Resilience: A Participatory Process (2014-2015)

Principal Investigators: Abbie Liel, Leysia Palen, Bruce Goldstein, Shideh Dashti, and Amy Javernick-Will

NSF Initiative to Investigate the Performance of Buildings on Liquefiable Soils and the Effect of Remediation Strategies (2014-2017)

Principal Investigators: Shideh Dashti and Abbie Liel

IMPART Fellowship Award: Locating Underrepresented Perspectives in Environmental Design Curriculum and Pedagogy (2014)

NSF (NEES) Initiative to Investigate the Seismic Response of Shallow Underground Structures in Dense Urban Environments (2011-2015)

Principal Investigators: Shideh Dashti and Youssef Hashash

Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) Initiative to Investigate the Seismic Response of Buried Water Reservoir Structures via Centrifuge Modeling (2011-2014)

Principal Investigators: John McCartney and Shideh Dashti

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