The US Department of Education has awarded a third (!) prestigious graduate traineeship to CE/ESE at UVA. The Graduate Assistantships in Areas of National Need (GAANN) program seems to diversify and train the next-generation of higher-education instructions.

The program will once again focus on teaching and research related to smart, resilient, and sustainable infrastructure – with a focus on applying methodologies from systems engineering, cyber-physical systems, and and data science to challenging infrastructure applications.

Our department has previously had two highly successful, back-to-back GAANN traineeships. Those awards funded 22+ fantastic PHD students in civil and systems engineering to various extents. Lisa Colosi Peterson will continue to serve as program director for the third award.

Check out our flier for more information about eligibility!

Fellows from our GAANN 1 cohort!

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *