A plasma reactor zaps airborne viruses – and could help slow the spread of infectious diseases
Using nonthermal plasma reactors, researchers could one day curb the spread of airborne pathogens.
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Rackham welcomes Lutgarde Raskin as Associate Dean
Raskin is a pioneer in the microbial ecology of engineered water systems, with a focus on both safe drinking water and resource recovery from waste streams.
Two CEE staff members receive Staff Incentive Awards for supporting College values
Steve Donajkowski and Amy Shepherd received awards from the College of Engineering Staff Incentive Program.
Professor Photios G. Ioannou receives ICCBEI Best Paper Award
CEE Professor Photios G. Ioannou and his co-authors have received an award recognizing their outstanding paper in the field of civil and building engineering informatics.
CEE Lab Technician Bob Spence retires after long career
A Q&A with Lab Technician Bob Spence, who is retiring after 31 years in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
Researchers share innovative ideas in concrete for a more sustainable future
Speakers at the symposium “From Lab to Site: Innovation in Concrete” discussed climate change, 3D printing, “smart” buildings, research potential and collaboration.
Glen Daigger elected foreign member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering
CEE Professor Glen Daigger has been elected a Foreign Member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering.
Professor Will Hansen to present at the American Concrete Institute Convention
CEE Professor Will Hansen will be presenting a workshop at the upcoming American Concrete Institute Convention.
CEE professor attends reception in China for foreign experts
Professor Glen Daigger was one of two thousand recognized on the eve of the seventieth anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China.
Ariel Roy receives Best Speaker Award at Construction Institute’s Student Days
CEE undergraduate Ariel Roy received the Best Speaker Award for her team, Civil Six, through the Construction Institute (CI) of the American Society of Civil Engineers’s Student Days.
In Memoriam: Glen V. Berg (1918 – 2019)
Berg passed away on January 9, 2019. Berg was a professor a former chair of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
Student Awards 2018-2019
A look back at all of our students who received awards during the 2018-2019 school year.
New partnership provides accelerated master’s degree option
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at U-M and the School of Environment at Tsinghua University have been approved for a partnership to establish an Accelerated Master’s Degree Program in Environmental Engineering for students from the School of Environment at Tsinghua.