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Elizabeth English

Associate Professor

Dr. English has her PhD and Master of Science in Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania. She has a Master of Science in Civil Engineering from MIT. Her undergraduate degree is an A.B. from Princeton in Architecture and Urban Planning. She was formerly an Associate Professor - Research at the Hurricane Centre in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Louisiana State University. She has taught Structures, Construction and Design at the Schools of Architecture at Tulane, Minnesota and Michigan. At Tulane she was responsible for the complete and apparently very successful overhaul of the structures curriculum. Dr. English has a strong record of research in technical fields such as damage from wind-blown debris and wind loading in tall buildings. She also has a record of publication on Russian modernism.

University of Waterloo

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