Maria Garlock

Maria Garlock is an Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering
at Princeton University and the Director of the Program in Architecture and Engineering. She received her BSE and Ph.D at Lehigh University in 1991 and 2002, respectively, and her MSE at Cornell University in 1993. She has been a Professor at Princeton since 2002. Before joining academia, Dr. Garlock was a design structural engineer in New York City working for Leslie E. Robertson Associates (LERA).
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The Art of Structural Engineering: Bridges (edX)

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The Art of Structural Engineering: Bridges (edX)
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Learn about bridge design and discover how structural engineering is a creative discipline and art form. With a focus on some significant bridges built since the industrial revolution, the course illustrates how engineering is a creative discipline and can become art. We also show the influence of the economic [...]
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