After receiving her BS in civil engineering, Ariana Fay will pursue a master’s in civil engineering, with a concentration in structural and earthquake engineering.
She initially began studying civil engineering because of her interest in transportation. After touring the department’s earthquake lab as a sophomore, and an internship in between her junior and senior years, Fay says she became more interested in structural and bridge engineering.
In addition to the lab, Fay has been able to conduct research and attend an international conference as an undergraduate student, through her work ethic and faculty members within the Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering.
CSEE AT A GLANCE
Chair: Joseph Atkinson
Full-time Faculty: 33
41 Nations represented
• 590 Undergraduate
• 215 Graduate
• 59,688 square feet of teaching and research labs across two buildings
• $5.5 million in annual research expenditures
Research areas in:
• bridge engineering
• computational engineering mechanics
• geomechanics, geotechnical and geoenvironmental engineering
• environmental and water resources engineering
• structural and earthquake engineering
• transportation systems engineering