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Written by Amanda Tritinger On July 13-15, 2021, 58 representatives from USACE […]
Modeling and Monitoring Position  https://www.ugajobsearch.com/postings/222002 The College of Engineering wishes to appoint […]
N-EWN researchers Dr. Matt Bilskie (Assistant Professor in the College of Engineering, […]
The Network for Engineering with Nature (N-EWN) invites you to join us […]
Join N-EWN member Dr. Craig Landry for the Rational & Irrational Choice […]
N-EWN member Dr. Marshall Shepherd, Georgia Athletic Association Distinguished Professor of Geography and Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Georgia, was recently featured on Political Rewind, a show hosted by Georgia Public Broadcasting, on the recent Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report.
We’re excited to announce that N-EWN researcher Dr. Brock Woodson, University of […]
This week, Network for Engineering With Research scientists from the Army Corps […]
Next week, Thursday August 12th and Friday, August 13th, the 2021 Georgia Climate […]
N-EWN UGA lead and IRIS director Dr. Brian Bledsoe recently joined the […]
In 2020, the United States experienced extreme droughts, wildfires, flooding, and a […]
Last week, N-EWN researcher Dr. Rod Lammers presented his research as part […]
Fighting Flooding As flood hazards and risks increase over time due to […]
Episode #4: EWN’s Synergies with the World Bank’s Approach to Natural Infrastructure.  In 2020, […]
Recently, N-EWN researchers studying the role of natural infrastructure in addressing inequity […]
We’re proud to announce that our partners at the U.S. Army Corps […]
We’re excited to announce the addition of three new colleagues to the N-EWN team: Dr. Andressa Mansur, Dr. Charles van Rees, and Dr. Hithaishi Hewageegana. These researchers will further the N-EWN mission by leveraging their combined expertise in engineering, socio-ecological systems, numerical modeling, ecology, biology, marine and coastal management.
On March 7th, 2021, N-EWN partners from the Institute of Resilient Infrastructure […]
The University of Georgia’s Presidential Seed Grants are intended to bring leading […]
We’re excited by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)’s announcement that natural infrastructure is recognized as a key solution for building resilience and raising the grade across all infrastructure sectors in the ASCE Report Card for America’s Infrastructure!