Another successful defense!

Congratulations, Shaymaa Obayes, for successfully defending her doctoral dissertation, titled “Vulnerability Assessment of Existing Bridges in the Pacific Northwest Region Under Long-Duration Earthquake Effects.” This research uniquely quantifies the impacts of an anticipated moment magnitude (Mw) 9.0 earthquake event characterized by its long duration for incipient collapse risk of existing bridges in the Pacific Northwest region. Pictured (left to right): Profs. Erin Sparks (College of Agriculture), Monique Head (Committee Chair), Shaymaa Obayes, Tripp Shenton (Committee Member), and Michael Chajes (Committee Member).

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