MBJ Teaches at U of MN

September 11, 2019 – Passing on knowledge and mentoring others has always been an important element of structural engineering culture, and of MBJ’s culture, as well. This fall, as in the past, MBJ staff return to the university classroom to help instruct a new crop of architects, construction managers, and structural engineers. Nine of our staff will be teaching at the University of Minnesota on the Twin Cities and Duluth campuses.

In the Architecture Department, Twin Cities campus:
Meghan Cronin, EIT, is teaching ARCH 5561, Structures for Buildings.
Kirk Davis, PE, and Cat Johnson, EIT, are teaming up to teach ARCH 5564, Building Structural Systems.
Ryan Hopeman, PE, SE, and MBJ Murphy Curran, PE, are also serving as structural studio advisors for ARCH 5564.

In the Construction Management Department, Twin Cities campus:
Cullen O’Neill, PE, is teaching CMgt 4544, Materials and Structures I, with the assistance of Andrew Reberg, PE.

In the Civil Engineering Department, Duluth campus:
Paul Johnson, PE, and Ben Helmer, PE, will be advising students in Senior Design and will provide a one-hour lecture each semester on various topics in structural engineering for the Introduction to Civil Engineering class.