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UPCOMING EVENTS AND COMPETITIONS
UNIVERSITY RESEARCH GRANTS AND G.J. JACKSON FELLOWSHIP
QUICK LINKS: "FUN IS IN THE DETAILS", IMAGE GALLERY and AESS FACEBOOK PAGE
This year, three teams from Canadian Universities competed at the 2015 ASCE/AISC National Student Steel Bridge Competition: Lakehead University, Université Laval and École de technologie supérieure and did well! Visit our competitions page for more information. link

The CISC is pleased to announce the winners of the 2014-2015 Architectural Student Design Competition, "Recycle-Recycler". link

The CISC University Research Grants for the Academic Year 2015-2016 have been announced! Congratulations to the grant recipients: L. Wiebe (McMaster University), J.A. Packer (University of Toronto), T. T.Y. Yang (University of British Columbia), J.Gales (Carleton University), and A. Bhowmick (Concordia University). The 2015 H.A. Krentz Award goes to L. Wiebe (McMaster University) for having the top-ranked research proposal. link

Congratulations to the 2015 G.J. Jackson Fellowship recipient, Thierry Béland, a Ph.D. candidate studying at École Polytechnique Montréal. link
Visit the "Fun is in the Details: Innovations in Steel Connections" site which will take you through the understanding and development of steel connections. The site is hosted and maintained by Professor Terri Meyer Boake of the University of Waterloo. link

Visit also the Case Study and Image Gallery of Innovative Steel Buildings" site featuring over 80 buildings from Canada, the U.S. and abroad. Each building set includes at least 16 images that show various structural systems and connections, and their use in exciting design with steel. The site is hosted and maintained by Professor Terri Meyer Boake of the University of Waterloo. link

Join Professor Terri Meyer Boake (University of Waterloo) and Dr. Sylvie Boulanger (Vice-President, Technical Marketing, Supermetal Structures) in the discussions about Architecturally Exposed Structural Steel (AESS) on Facebook. link