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Bridges and More: Celebrating 125 Years of Civil Engineering at Purdue (Founders)


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Bridges and More takes the reader from the early years of Civil Engineering when Purdue’s campus consisted of a smattering of red brick buildings surrounded by grassy meadows and roads flanked by white, wooden fences to today’s state-of-the-art facilities such as the Bowen Laboratory for Large-Scale Civil Engineering Research and the online hub for the Network for Earthquake Engineering Simulation (NEES).
The highly illustrated book touches on major milestones in Purdue Civil Engineering history from Road School, to the Ross Summer Surveying Camp, to Purdue’s involvement in world landmarks such as the Panama Canal, Hoover Dam, the Golden Gate Bridge and the Tower of Pisa. Often, Purdue Civil Engineers are public servants, evolving research that helps to prevent disasters like building collapses and bridge failures.
Bridges and More honors Purdue’s School of Civil Engineering with historic images and an appealing account of 125 years of education, research and a profession that is, as the title suggests, about so much more than bridges.

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Angie Klink is a writer whose experience stretches from advertising to children's books and covers everything inbetween. Based in Lafayette, IN, Angie is a third generation Purdue University alumna and is also author of Purdue Pete Finds His Hammer.

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Klink, Angie
Purdue University Press
Engineering - Civil
Civil Engineering-General
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Founders Series
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9 x 9 x 0.29 in 0.25 lb

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