Event Honors COE Colleagues for Service, Commitment
Campus & Community
Donajkowski Receives COE Staff Excellence Award
Congratulations to Sherif El-Tawil
El-Tawil to receive ASCE’s 2022 Shortridge Hardesty Award
Congratulations to CEE Faculty on Upcoming Retirements
Profs. Hayes, Olson to retire on May 31, 2022
McCormick Is New Associate Department Chair of Undergraduate Programs
He begins new role on June 1, 2022
Department Celebrates Graduating Students
Congratulations to UM-CEE’s Class of 2022!
Carol Menassa receives Walter L. Huber Civil Engineering Research Prize
Menassa to be honored with 2022 Walter L. Huber Civil Engineering Research Prize
Award recognizing impact of research
CEE Establishes New LinkedIn Page
Forum to assist in communicating our mission
UM-CEE Has Strong Performance in U.S. News & World Report Grad School Rankings
Civil is #4; Environmental is #3
Pelham Scholar Elle Dietz Blends Passions for Art and Math to Achieve Her Goals
Student Brings Multidisciplinary Background to CEE
Congratulations to Glen Daigger
CEE’s Daigger named 2022 Gordon Maskew Fair Award recipient
Congratulations to Vineet Kamat
Vineet Kamat has been selected by ASCE’s Construction Institute to receive the 2022 Construction Management Award for “groundbreaking research in construction automation and robotics, and outstanding contributions to education in construction management.” The award will be presented at the Joint ASCE Construction Research Congress / Construction Institute (CI) Summit on March 12 in Arlington, VA
Congratulations to Seymour Spence and his former PhD student, Zhicheng Ouyang
Their paper, “A Performance-Based Wind Engineering Framework for Envelope Systems of Engineered Buildings Subject to Directional Wind and Rain Hazards,” was selected by the ASCE Journal of Structural Engineering as the Best Paper in Structural Hazards for 2020.
CEE Professor Co-Authors Journal Review of China’s Trends for Wastewater Management
CEE professor Glen Daigger continues the department’s focus on engineers in service to society through his review of the evolution of wastewater management in China. Daigger has co-authored the article, “Emerging Trends and Prospects for Municipal Wastewater Management in China.” His journal review will be published in the March issue of ACS ES&T Engineering and […]
CEE Professors Receive College of Engineering Honors
CEE Professors Raskin and Bernardini named award recipients.
Nancy Love is awarded an Elizabeth Caroline Crosby Grant
Nancy will use the grant to study “Restorative Justice in the Water Industry Through a More Diverse Workforce.”
Evgueni Filipov Receives Two Honors
“I truly appreciate the UM-CEE Department for being such a supportive community that has allowed me and my research group to thrive.”
Jennifer Macks discusses the evolution of construction in 2021 Harris Lecture
Macks’ lecture covered changes in the construction industry over the course of her career.
A chat with CEE’s first Smart Infrastructure Finance alumni
Smart Infrastructure Finance studies how data can be integrated with financial practices to develop previously unachievable infrastructure assets and reach sustainability goals.
Yafeng Yin named interim CEE department chair
Yin will step in following the departure of current chair Jerome Lynch, who has been named the Vinik Dean of Duke University’s Pratt School of Engineering.
Professor Lutgarde Raskin elected as member of the National Academy of Engineering
Among more than 2,000 members, elected representatives are recognized as the world’s most accomplished and dedicated engineers.