Student Steel Bridge Education Lectures: From Concept to Delivery
The University of Wyoming, in cooperation with the Short Span Steel Bridge Alliance, American Iron and Steel Institute, American Institute of Steel Construction, and the National Steel Bridge Alliance, will provide a free six-part live-lecture educational series that will cover the many aspects of designing, fabricating and constructing steel bridges.
The “Student Steel Bridge Education Lectures: From Concept to Delivery” six-part series will run from September 13-29, 2021. Lectures will be provided on Monday and Wednesday evenings during those weeks from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm EDT.
Registration is now open to students, faculty, and all with an interest in steel bridges.
Participants must complete and pass a quiz after each lecture to earn a Certificate of Completion at the end of the series, which can be used toward building their resumes and preparing them for jobs in the bridge industry.
The lectures will be delivered live by Michael Barker, Ph.D., P.E., professor of civil and architectural engineering at the University of Wyoming, via the WyoLearn Learning Management System. Dr. Barker has over 30 years of experience in bridge design and construction.
The lectures can be viewed synchronously (in real time) and asynchronously (recorded version).
Space is limited, so please register immediately to reserve a spot (if space runs out, this series may also be available in February/March 2022).