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Michel Bruneau has been named a SUNY Distinguished Professor, the highest faculty rank in the SUNY system. He was among 14 SUNY faculty members appointed to the distinguished professor ranks by the SUNY Board of Trustees at its meeting on Nov. 15.
A story on WBFO-FM reports on UB research that suggests that some populations of freshwater mussels in the Great Lakes are recovering, as are the lakes, and interviews Brandon Sansom, a PhD candidate in the Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering.
The Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering had a strong presence at the 30 Annual Fall Bridge Conference of Association for Bridge Design and Construction (ABCD).
Shinozuka served as director of the Center in the 1990s, and was one of its original founders. He was inducted into the National Academy of Engineering in 1978 for his work in random vibrations and related applications to the safety and reliability of structures.
Michel Bruneau shared findings from his latest report to the international collaborative institute at Tongji University in China earlier this month.

Surveys in the Great Lakes and Mississippi River watersheds show steady numbers, but other species are disappearing.

Department Chair Joseph Atkinson attended the Institution’s celebration, and the Department was one of 12 universities featured in the Institution’s commemorative album, Shaping the World.
A story on Great Lakes Today reports Helen Domske, associate director of UB’s Great Lakes Program, received the Vallentyne Award – and a standing ovation – from the International Association for Great Lakes Research for her work in Great Lakes education and research.

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