Helping girls excel in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics), Clouston worked with eighth graders on bridge construction during a workshop sponsored by Girls Inc. Eureka! They built and broke models of truss bridges while learning about forces and how material can be placed in special patterns to make stronger structures. More information: http://www.masslive.com/news/index.ssf/2013/07/post_392.html
The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) has added Peggi Clouston as Associate Editor of their prestigious peer-reviewed Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering.
Peggi Clouston is working together with Lamboo Inc. to determine key information to advance the design of laminated bamboo connections. Read more…
The Wood Education Institute (WEI) is a national community of educators, design practitioners and forest products industry professionals who are interested in the promotion of wood in structural applications. The mission of WEI is to “serve as a vehicle for the development, dissemination and maintenance of educational materials for use by universities nationwide for undergraduate, graduate, […]
Presenting her recent research developments on wood-concrete composites and computational modeling, Peggi Clouston will be part of an international roster of renowned scientists and engineers speaking at MIT’s Spring Conference on Wood in the 21st Century: Design and Preservation of Contemporary and Historic Architecture. See the list of topics and speaker line-up for the intensive […]