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ACED 2103

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The University of Birmingham will host this year's Association of Civil Engineering Departments (ACED) annual conference at its Hornton Grange conference centre on 24 and 25 October.

Civil Engineering Newsletter, 2013

Civil Engineering Newsletter, 2013
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The School of Civil Engineering's annual newsletter, 2013.

Birmingham Hosts Budding Brunels

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Budding Brunels is organised by the Construction Youth Trust (CYT), a charity working with major construction industry employers at both trade and professional level to support young people from backgrounds currently under-represented in the built environment. CYT delivered a 'Budding Brunels' course in The West Midlands on February 11th - 13th 2013 in partnership with Network Rail, working with a group of 30 Year 12 students over the course of 3 days.

Research news: Dr N Metje grant award

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Research news, Civil Engineering, University of Birmingham

Engineers without Borders - A successful first term

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Engineers without Borders (EWB) are gearing up for a second term of activities and events after a great first term. Affiliated to the national charity, the society is one of the many student branches across the UK hoping to raise awareness and to encourage people to consider a career in international development. We are not just for engineers!

40 years of Spaghetti Junction - knot your average junction

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Dr Nicole Metje participated in the unveiling of a plaque to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the opening of Spaghetti Junction as part of her work on the ICE Municipal Panel in December 2012.

New Civil Engineering with Managment Masters/Msc

New Civil Engineering with Managment Masters/Msc
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New Masters programme for 2013

School of Civil Engineering Newsletter Summer 2012

School of Civil Engineering Newsletter Summer 2012
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The 2012 edition of the School of Civil Engineering's newsletter.

The best in geotechnical engineering

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Since 1956 the University of Birmingham has provided postgraduate Geotechnical Engineering studies and the programme boasts over 1000 MSc graduates to date. The high quality of the teaching and research which students experience is reflected in the industry awards won by Birmingham MSc graduates.

RESPECT 'Meet the Companies' day 2011

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On Wednesday 23rd November the School of Civil Engineering welcomed a dozen of civil engineering's key companies, all of whom are looking for young talent to nurture, ready for graduate employment. The School runs an annual series of events, aimed at helping these companies secure first and second year undergraduates for sponsorship through their degrees. The Respect scheme starts with Meet the Companies – which does what it says on the tin – and students from all levels of study come along to talk to the recruiting companies. Thereafter, students will apply and be selected for interview in February, ready to secure their summer placements with their new host organisations.

Seeing and touching structures makes structural analysis learning more fun

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Seeing and touching structures makes structural analysis learning more fun. Civil Engineering at The University of Birmingham

Rising to the 'Ultimate3' challenge

Rising to the 'Ultimate3' challenge
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Professor Felix Schmid, of the School of Civil Engineering and the Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education, completed a tough charity challenge in Septmeber this year: he cycled from Land's End to John O'Groats, climbed the 'three peaks challenge' and kayaked the longest lakes in England, Wales and Scotland.
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