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Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering's graduate student Natasha Andrade was invited to visit and give a seminar at Cal Poly as part of the National Science Foundation ADVANCE program. The program at Cal Poly Pomona (http://www.csu pomona.edu/) is aimed to recruit, and develop programs to increase the number of women in STEM disciplines and increase the number of Cal poly female students that will seek graduate studies in the sciences and Engineering.

As part of her visit Natasha gave a seminar to present her research and experiences as a graduate student at UMCP. The seminar was on May 13, 2010, on Cal Poly Pomona?s beautiful campus and hosted almost 50 undergraduate civil and environmental engineering students as well as faculty. During the two day visit to the university, Natasha visited with the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department faculty and also received tours of the lab facilities.



June 1, 2010


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