National Public Radio Thursday, November 15, 2018

‘Pee-Cycling’ To Create A Sustainable Source Of Fertilizer

CEE professor Nancy Love discusses sustainability and pee-cycling as a fertilizer.

In the News Tuesday, November 13, 2018

U-M team looking at Benton Harbor issues

Donald Malloure Department Chair of Civil and Environmental Engineering Jerome Lynch discusses the U-M Urban Collaboratory’s progress in helping address Benton Harbor’s runoff problem.

In the News Friday, October 12, 2018

52 people have died on the job in DFW since 2017, and one industry sticks out

CEE professor SangHyun Lee discusses construction safety and new technology that could improve the lives of workers.

The Washington Post Wednesday, September 12, 2018

The Latest: 5.4M people under hurricane watches, warnings

Associate Professor of IOE and CEE Seth Guikema discusses the impact of Hurricane Florence.

Crain's Detroit Business Friday, August 31, 2018

Fixes to Detroit schools’ water problems won’t come cheap

CEE professor Peter Adriaens discusses the challenges of financing water fixes with Crain’s Business Detroit.

In the News Tuesday, August 21, 2018

University of Michigan says wearable sensors can improve construction safety and profitability

A Q&A with wearable sensors researcher Jeff Sakamoto is featured in For Construction Pros.

Orlando Sentinel Friday, August 10, 2018

NASA’s Parker Solar Probe aims to bring the sun’s mysteries to light

CLaSP professor Justin Kasper discusses the science and logistics of getting Parker Solar Probe close to the sun.

WDIV Thursday, August 2, 2018

University of Michigan’s $10M funding program aims to encourage big, daring ideas

The Blue Sky Initiative is part of the University of Michigan College of Engineering’s new internal research funding approach that’s based on a startup investment model.

NBC Friday, June 22, 2018

U of M high-performance concrete aims to improve Michigan roads

Sherif El-Tawil, CEE professor, and his team are offering the high-performance concrete formula free of charge.

National Public Radio Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Toyota’s V-2-V technology would allow cars to talk to each other on the highway

Jim Sayer, director of the U-M Transportation Research Institute and adjunct CEE professor, is quoted.