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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!
On March 9th, Scott Pippin and Shana Jones will be presenting a […]
Your name: Kyle McKay Your job title: Research Civil Engineer Tell us […]
(Athens, GA) We’re proud to announce that N-EWN member Dr. Marshall Shepherd […]
The Water Institute of the Gulf Joins the Network for Engineering With […]
As a part of recognizing the 10th anniversary of the Engineering With Nature® […]
Interested in joining the N-EWN team? Check out these positions! Postdoctoral Research […]
We’re seeking a postdoctoral researcher to join the N-EWN team, as part […]
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and University of Georgia (UGA) recently announced a partnership that connects the interdisciplinary expertise of UGA’s Institute for Resilient Infrastructure Systems (IRIS), with the vast on-the-ground experience of USACE’s Engineering With Nature® (EWN®) Initiative to form the Network for Engineering With Nature (N-EWN).