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Find out what's new in the NEESacademy and check out the education, outreach and training resources on the NEEShub
City Block Project

City Block Project

Videos

NEESR-SG: Seismic Performance Assessment in Dense Urban Environments (nicknamed the City Block Project), videos on the project's research, investigators, and…

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EDUCATION SPOTLIGHT

EDUCATION SPOTLIGHT

NEES research highlight booklets

The NEES highlight booklets, describing each year's research projects, are available for online viewing.

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EARTHQUAKE-PROOF BUILDINGS

EARTHQUAKE-PROOF BUILDINGS

Instructions for building a low-cost shake table

Click below to learn about constructing earthquake-resistant buildings, including plans for building a low-cost shake table.

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MAKE YOUR OWN EARTHQUAKE

MAKE YOUR OWN EARTHQUAKE

Earthquake engineering and seismology lessons

Your students will feel like real earthquake engineers when you try these low-cost lessons in your classroom.

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NEESlive

NEESlive

A webinar system providing one-to-many video and voice conferencing

A webinar system providing one-to-many video and voice conferencing on the NEEShub. Registered NEEShub users may join webinars, listen, and…

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REU PROGRAM

REU PROGRAM

A summer research program for upper-division undergraduate students

NEES Research Experiences for Undergraduates is a 10-week summer research program sponsored by the NSF for upper-division undergraduate students interested in…

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What is NEESacademy?


NEESacademy is the NEES network's online destination for education and outreach. This means you'll find videos, games, and other multimedia, as well as information about what it takes to become an earthquake engineer.

 

What is available on NEESacademy? 


NEESacademy is separated into four key sections that are tailored for our major audiences: students, teachers, professionals, and the public.


Teachers can find lessons, videos and other resources to bring engineering into the classroom. Professionals and NEES researchers will find training manuals, webinars, and links to our online collaboration software.

Highlighted NEESacademy Programs

Happening Right Now 

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    Sciencenter Shake Table Exhibit

    Sciencenter
    Earthquake Simulation
    Shake Table
    Featured Exhibit


    Presented in collaboration with NEES

    This exhibition was developed by the Sciencenter in Ithica, NY with funding provided by the National Science Foundation as part of a NEES research grant to Cornell University and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
     
    Visitors can learn about earthquakes and how they affect structures through a series of short videos.  In the future, internet users will be able to drive the shake table remotely and test a multi-story building in four different earthquakes.