Civil undergraduate receives S-FRAME Prize
Civil undergraduate student Howard Lin has been selected to receive the inaugural S-FRAME Software Inc. Prize in Structural Engineering, a $1,000 award offered to the student with the highest academic standing in CIVL 228 Introduction to Structural Engineering. The donor, S-FRAME Software Inc., is a company headquartered in Richmond, BC, that produces a suite of structural analysis and design software. The company was founded in 1981 by George Casoli, an alumnus of UBC’s Civil Department (BASc 1980), and has been a major supporter of the department in recent years, donating software licenses for educational use by civil students, sponsoring engineering student design teams and now sponsoring this prize. The Department congratulates Howard Lin on receiving the S-FRAME Prize!
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