Garrick Goldenberg, Professor, is a Professional Structural Engineer with 50 years of experience in the design of buildings, bridges and other structures. He has been developing a project-based approach to teaching structural engineering for more than 27 years including at Northeastern University and Boston Architectural College. His current work includes six new bridges for Interstate 495 and 100-foot high, 700-foot long conveyors in an earthquake-prone area of Chile. Garrick is currently working on a Structures textbook for Architecture Students. He has a MSCE degree from Northeastern University, BS and MS degrees from the Institute of Civil Engineering, Kuibyshev, Russia and an AS from the Institute of Civil Engineering, Kiev, Ukraine.