Study of aquifer systems shows water consumption is outpacing replenishment and explains how this may impact food security and international markets.
Annual camp gives high school girls a chance to explore engineering and science.
Team to examine effects of extreme natural and human-made events to develop a model for predicting the impact of future events.
Graduate student named a finalist in an international competition designed to foster innovation in the areas of energy, water and food.
Two CEE professors honored at annual Celebration of Teaching Excellence ceremony.
Improved computer model helps predict spread of Asian carp in rivers.
Professor receives award for pioneering research in transportation engineering.
CEE at Illinois student helps create and organize sustainability initiatives on campus.
Structural engineering conference features presentations by industry leaders, technical presentations by students.
Associate Professor to help lead research center designed to identify best methods for recovery after extreme events.
Researchers receive NSF Research in Engineering Education grant to develop methods to measure students' understanding of classroom concepts.
Professors develop small aerial robots to measure progress, performance at construction sites.
Assistant professor receives grant to study foundation systems for undersea tidal current turbines.