Tag: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

S&T professor is “go-to guy” for flood-control history

Posted by on March 18, 2021

Dr. J. David Rogers, the Karl F. Hasselmann Missouri Chair in Geological Engineering, has studied major floods on every continent except Antarctica. No surprise, then, that media organizations seek him out for stories about the history of flood control.

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From Hurricane Katrina to north St. Louis, civil engineering grad helps ravaged communities rebuild

Posted by on September 6, 2017

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As a single mother paying her way through college, Stephanie Hall’s early lessons in hard work weren’t confined to Missouri S&T classrooms. By the time her still-groggy classmates arrived for 8 a.m. classes, Hall had already worked the 5 a.m. shift baking doughnuts at Kroger. After morning classes came lunch-hour waitressing gigs. Nights and weekends […]

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New Orleans’ levee system failure after Katrina has mistaken culprit

Posted by on May 27, 2015

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A Missouri University of Science and Technology professor has defined the elements that led to the flooding of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina and has established a clear sense of responsibility in the levee system’s failure.

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