Developed to enhance risk-informed decision-making, RAIDE aims to identify, assess, and mitigate risks across multiple disciplines.
Civil and Environmental Engineering
The Center for Risk Analysis Informed Decision Engineering Joins CEE
$7.5 million to predict and communicate flood risk
Engineers, atmospheric scientists, psychologists and anthropologists team up to develop better flood predictions and ensure decision-makers can understand them.
Norfolk Academy students visit CEE
Students all the way from Norfolk, Virginia made the trip to visit our department.
CEEFA Board welcomes new president, VP and board members
Board members seek greater input from alumni.
Multidisciplinary team collaborates on workshop to develop Low Carbon Building R+D Initiative
Cross-unit collaboration seeks to create a strategic vision to address research opportunities.
Update: Overcoming workspace uncertainties for enabling adaptive co-robotized construction work
Seeding To Accelerate Research Themes (START) is a program in Michigan Engineering that provides a mechanism for faculty members to obtain funds for new and innovative research.
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Connections & Directions features Engineering Technician Justin Roelofs.
CEE Faculty Receive START Funding to Support Innovative Research Ideas
Department offers support to facilitate new projects.
CEE Alum Jim Roberts communicates the importance of DEI in engineering
Roberts’ community involvement originated during his time in CEE.
Learn about the Construction Engineering and Management MasterTrack™ Certificate
Enroll for next cohort by July 17, 2023.
Listen to CEE’s newest Connections & Directions episode
DEI initiatives are essential in engineering programs.
Students, Staff Earn DEI Certification
Rackham and CEE DEI Professional Development certificates enhance understanding.
U-M Steel Bridge, Concrete Canoe Teams Forge Strong Support Through Collaboration
The U-M Steel Bridge Team is on its way to national competition at UC San Diego on June 2-3.
$9.8M to boost connected vehicle research and expand Ann Arbor deployment
New funding aims to enable a safer, more equitable and efficient mobility system.
Kate Kusiak Galvin Receives Staff Excellence Award
CEE Senior Project Manager Kate Kusiak Galvin receives a CoE Staff Excellence Award from Alec D. Gallimore, the Robert J. Vlasic Dean of Engineering, the Richard F. and Eleanor A. Towner Professor, an Arthur F. Thurnau Professor, and a professor of aerospace engineering.
CEE Connections & Directions Features Lissa MacVean
Dr. MacVean discusses CEE’s Strategic Directions and the importance of DEI in education.
While flood-resiliency efforts continue, Indonesia plans to abandon Jakarta as its capital.
Progress continues for upcycling urine as a safe agricultural fertilizer.
Connections & Directions Podcast Features Mark Kleersnyder
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Visit Day Alumni Panelists Highlight the Value of a CEE Master’s Degree
Three graduates discussed how their education prepared them for the profession and how prospective CEE Master’s students can differentiate themselves through their studies.