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In this edition of RMCREF Spotlight, we feature the new and regularly-released resources available from the MIT Concrete Sustainability Hub (CSHub).

One of the best ways to stay up-to-date with the activities and research from the CSHub is to subscribe to their monthly newsletter. The newsletter includes information on upcoming events such as webinars and conferences where researchers will be speaking, links to recently-released research briefs and news articles. You can subscribe to the monthly newsletter here.

The CSHub’s webinar series is free and open to the public. The presentations included in the webinars are geared toward a lay audience and provide details on a variety of research topics taking place at the CSHub. This link provides not only the schedule of upcoming webinars (once scheduled) but also descriptions and links to 18 past webinars. The next scheduled webinar, taking place on Thursday, June 6 at 11:00a EDT, is titled It's Resilience Stupid! Presenting New Approaches to Urban Resilience. To register, please click here.

The entire MIT CSHub website offers a wealth of resources. Besides the webinar schedule and recordings noted above, all of the CSHub research briefs – such as the latest one on Generating Building-Specific Fragility Curves released only last week – are available for download. The News page links to articles published, speaking engagements, information on upcoming events, videos, info sheets, updates on CSHub researchers and more.

It is hard to believe that we are celebrating 10 years since the Foundation and the Portland Cement Association established the MIT CSHub. In that decade, the CSHub has been a vital resource to raising the profile of concrete, particularly with respect to sustainability and resilience in the pavement and building communities. Development of the workplan for the next five years is underway and will be unveiled this fall.

Be sure to bookmark the MIT CSHub homepage and plan to return often to stay abreast of everything that’s happening at the CSHub, made possible by your generous support of the RMC Research & Education Foundation!

For more information on the work of the RMC Research & Education Foundation, please visit www.rmc-foundation.org or contact Julie Garbini or Jennifer LeFevre.

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