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Josh Colley receives Richard D. Woods Award

Graduate Student Josh Colley is the recipient of the 2013 Richard D. Woods Award for excellence in geotechnical engineering.| Short Read
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IMAGE:  Josh Colley and Professor Richard D. Woods

The award is bestowed upon a first-year graduate student in Geotechnical Engineering who has distinguished himself with academic excellence and creativity in research, or exceptional leadership.

The Richard D. Woods Award is named after the researcher and educator, whose contributions to the development of soil dynamics and geophysical methods have long-lasting impact on the practice of civil engineering, and who has been educating students at the University of Michigan since the 1960s.

Previous award recipients can be found here.

Josh Colley and Professor Richard D. Woods
the ISS overlooks aurora borealis

More than $5M to improve solar storm forecasts

U-Michigan researchers play lead roles in national effort funded by NSF, NASA. | Medium Read