Faculty News

Bauer Elected IEEE Fellow <more>

Corke Elected Fellow of ASME <more>

Kareem Receives Scanlan Award <more>

Kogge Named Chair of Army Research Lab Review Panel <more>

Kurama Receives Young Educator Award from
PCI <more>

Michel Honored by Alma Mater <more>

Porod Named a Nanopioneer <more>

Skaar Spends Semester Teaching in Mexico <more>

Department News


College Names Outstanding Teacher <more>

Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering

Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

Civil Engineeing and Environmental Sciences <more>

Computer Science and Engineering <more>

Electrical Engineering

Engineering Kaneb Honorees Announced <more>

Faculty Promotions Announced <more>

EE Faculty Members Receive 2005 DURIP Grants <more>

Steiner Recipients Named <more>





Kijewski-Correa Coaches Men’s Basketball

Tracy L. Kijewski-Correa, the Rooney Family Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering and Geological Sciences, was invited to guest coach the Notre Dame Men’s Basketball Team during the Tuesday, February 8, 2005, ND-Boston College game.

Faculty are often nominated by players, but they are also invited through participation in the Faculty Board on Athletics. An avid sports fan, Kijewski-Correa does not currently sit on the board, but a department colleague — Associate Professor David J. Kirkner — does. When he could not attend, he recommended Kijweski-Correa. “I was tremendously excited because I knew there was a good chance that Boston College would come into the game undefeated and ranked in the top 10,” she says. “The intensity and flood of emotion was like nothing I have ever experienced. But more important, it gave me an opportunity to meet the team, worship with them in the pre-game mass, and watch their preparation and dedication pay off. They are truly a fine collection of respectful and friendly young men.” The Irish ended the evening with a 68-65 win over the Eagles.

Kijewski-Correa joined the faculty in 2003. Her research interests include time-frequency signal analysis and system identification framework, aerodynamic loads database, applications of GPS full-scale monitoring systems in urban canyons, structural health monitoring, system identification from ambient vibrations, full-scale validation of tall building design, and
the mitigation of wind-induced motion in tall buildings.



Student News

Americo Darin Prize
Winners Announced <more>

Borrok Receives Shaheen Graduate School Award <more>

Civil Engineering Students Win State Competition <more>

Environmental Engineering Students Receive Honorable Mention <more>

Lisman Honored by Sigma Gamma Tau <more>

Mechanical Engineering Students Place in 2005 ASME Competition <more>

Richards Wins Student Poster Competition <more>

Richter Receives Distinguished Student Award <more>

Stellakis Wins Goldwater Award <more>

Wang Wins ICHTS Young Investigator Award

Wenger Part of Winning Business Plan Team

Alumni News

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