Civil Engineering Students Win at American Concrete Institute Competition

From L-R: Advisor Eric Musselman, Students Matt Fournier, Kyle Berg, Justin Baker, Dan Abramson, Chelsea Hanson, Andrew Venaas and Alison Carlson

 

UMD Civil Engineering students attended the 2011 American Concrete Institute  international conference.

Organized into two teams, the sophomores and juniors competed against 40 national and international university teams in the student “fiber reinforced polymer beam” category and won second place in strength, third place in prediction, and an overall “Outstanding University” title based on the service and professional activities of the student chapter. A large banner was presented to the students, and it will be displayed in the UMD engineering lab.

Read more about the Awards.

 

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