Training Next Generation Wood Engineers

NHERI TallWood: A Unique Education Experience

This project provided an opportunity for students are all levels to develop skills and vision of resilient building design and future wood construction. Close collaboration with industry also helped students to gain practical perspectives of design and construction.

Project Team on the test specimen at NHERI@UCSD

If you are interested to get involved as a student, please contact PIs at participating institutions. Minority students and students under-represented in the STEM field are especially encouraged to apply.

Graduate Students

Huang Da Vahab Bolvardi Alia Amer Hamed Hasani
PhD. Candidate PhD. Candidate PhD. Candidate PhD. Candidate
Colorado School of Mines Colorado School of Mines Lehigh University University of Nevada Reno
Steven Kordziel Daniel Griesenauer Jace Furley Gabriele Tamagnone
M.S. Candidate M.S. Candidate M.S. Candidate PhD. Candidate
Colorado School of Mines Colorado School of Mines Colorado State University University of Trieste, Italy
Sarah Wichman Leonardo Fgrodrigues Brian DeMeza  
PhD. Candidate PhD. Candidate PhD. Candidate
University of Washington Oregon State University Oregon State University y

Undergraduate Students (including REUs)

Claire van de Yacht McKauly Malone Aleesha Busch Ali Hasan
Senior Senior Junior Junior
Colorado School of Mines Colorado School of Mines Colorado School of Mines Univ. of Texas Austin
 
Minica Y Liu Joycelyn Ng
Junior Junior
UC Berkeley UC San Diego

Community College Students

Community college students from Red Rocks Community College will be selected in latter half of the project to participate in UCSD shake table tests.

 
Ethan Judy
Undergraduate
Red Rocks Community College