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Misha Raffiee began work on the 4-Span Bridge Project after her high-school graduation at age 15.

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Author Misha Raffiee is an undergraduate at the California Institute of Technology. She began work on the NSF/NEES 4-Span Bridge Project following her graduation from high school at age 15, and was one of the project presenters at the National Science Foundation Hazards Research Showcase at the United States Senate.

Credit: Dr. M. Saiid Saiidi, NEES@University of Nevada, Reno

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