Structural Engineering Seminar Series

January 30, February 6, 13, 20, 27, and March 6, 2018

Earle Brown Heritage Center
6155 Earle Brown Drive
Brooklyn Center, Minnesota 55430


Registration will become available in fall 2017.

About the Seminar Series

This Structural Engineering Seminar Series is designed for practicing engineers and architects. Each program addresses specific structural issues and concerns involved in the design and construction of buildings, bridges, and other structures, and incorporates examples of various principles involved.

The purpose of the Seminar Series is to:

  • provide current information on topics of interest to the structural engineering community
  • increase professionalism in structural engineering
  • provide a forum for continuing education in the engineering community

Who Should Attend

This series is planned for design and construction engineers; practicing architects; project managers; city, county, and state building officials; and others interested in structural engineering design and construction.

Series Day/Location/Time

Sessions will be held on Tuesdays at the Earle Brown Heritage Center, 6155 Earle Brown Drive, Brooklyn Center, MN (directions). Earle Brown Heritage Center has free on-site parking, complimentary wireless internet, and easy freeway access from I-94/694 or Highway 100.

All seminars will be from 1:00−4:15 p.m.; sessions include a 15-minute break. 

Continuing Education Units

Each seminar session awards 0.3 CEUs. The entire seminar series awards 1.8 CEUs. One CEU is defined as 10 contact hours in an organized continuing education activity under responsible sponsorship, capable direction, and qualified instruction.

Sponsored by:

College of Continuing Education, University of Minnesota
Department of Civil, Environmental, and Geo- Engineering, University of Minnesota
College of Science and Engineering, University of Minnesota

For Program Information
Call 612-624-4938 or email

For Registration Information
Call 612-625-2900 or email



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