Congratulations to the winners of the 2016 Education and Research Awards

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This year’s Education and Research Awards and Scholarships were given to Researchers, Academics, and Students from leading architectural and engineering programs across the country.

 

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 G.J Jackson Fellowship

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Taylor C. Steele
McMaster University

 

Taylor Steele is a Ph.D. candidate at McMaster University and is working under the supervision of Professor Lydell Wiebe, Ph.D., a G.]. Jackson Fellowship Recipient himself in 2005. Taylor Steele’s research is in the field of seismic resistance of steel structures. [Read More]

 

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CISC Kenneth B. Benson Scholarship

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Adol Arop Mawien
York University

Adol Arop Mawien is a third year student in Civil Engineering at the Lassonde School of Engineering at York University in North York, Ontario.

 

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H. A. Krentz Research Award

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Dr. Carlos Ventura
University of British Columbia

Dr. Carlos Ventura is currently the Director of the Earthquake Engineering Research Facility at UBC and has more than 30 years of experience as a structural engineer.
Dr. Ventura’s areas of research are in Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering. He has done extensive experimental and analytical research on the seismic response of civil engineering structures. [Read More]

 

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Architectural Student Design Competition

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Matthew Dlugosz and Zihao (Rick) Wei
University of Waterloo

 

asdc_bird-s_eye_1Bird’s Eye was chosen for the Award of Excellence because of the elegantly drawn plans of this project are reminiscent of a Dream Catcher, a traditional amulet that filters ideas, dreams and visions and allows only the good to pass and the evil to be caught, which in this case is a perfect expression of the intent of the structure. [Read More]

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