An AISC internship offers a behind-the-scenes look at the present and future state of structural steel design. AISC is now accepting applications from students enrolled in structural, architectural, or civil engineering programs for a full-time paid summer internship at AISC’s headquarters in downtown Chicago for 2023. AISC interns support both the AISC Engineering and Research Department and the Education Department in developing technical resources for structural steel design and education.
Will be enrolled in at least the third year of their curriculum.
Will have completed at least one course in structural steel design.
Plan to continue with their education full-time in fall 2023.
Interested students should submit their resumes, including their cumulative GPA and a list of related coursework, by February 24, 2023, to email@example.com with “AISC Summer Internship” in the subject line. Any related inquiries can be sent to the same address.
Congratulations to Shitao Shi and his teammates for winning the 2022 NHERI Hackathon in July 2022! The teams were judged on innovation, creativity, presentation and use of DesignSafe and SimCenter tools. Shitao is a Ph.D. student studying seismic stability design of steel frames as part of a project sponsored by the American Institute of Steel Construction.
Congratulations to Aradhana Agarwal and Sunny Zhou for recently publishing ASCE journal papers on their Ph.D. research! Aradhana is studying seismic stability of multi-tiered braced frames (supported by AISC) and Sunny is studying service performance of composite steel I-girder bridges (supported by ICT).
Zhou, S., Fahnestock, L.A. and LaFave, J.M. “Development of Skewed Steel I-Girder Bridge Field Monitoring Strategy through Agency Survey and Numerical Simulation,” Practice Periodical on Structural Design and Construction, ASCE. https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)SC.1943-5576.0000740
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