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Posted February 23, 2000

Armen Der Kiureghian

Armen Der Kiureghian, professor of civil and environmental engineering, received the 1999 Civil Engineering Risk and Reliability Association Award. The award honored Der Kiureghian for his "outstanding contributions to the theory of structural reliability."

Given once every four years, the award was presented at the International Conference on Applications of Statistics and Probability in Civil Engineering, held in Sydney, Australia, Dec. 12-15.

Roger Howe

Roger Howe, professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, received the Outstanding Teaching Award from the electrical engineering division of the EECS department. The award is based on excellence in some or all of the following areas: innovation in curriculum and teaching methods, excellence in classroom teaching, publication of quality textbooks, graduate research advising, graduate and undergraduate academic advising, and personal inspiration of students.



February 23-29, 2000 (Volume 28, Number 23)
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