Female classmates reunite as seniors for group photo, four years after matriculating.
Chicago firm wins Special Achievement Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies of Illinois for their work on the Yeh Student Center.
Professor receives award for work to establish an avian radar program at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.
Two research projects underway address the design for safety and functionality of bridges in the aftermath of an earthquake.
Professor recognized for research on concrete pavement systems.
External review team praised department’s faculty, research, academic programs and students and offered recommendations for continued excellence.
A $1.7 million study by CEE researchers, funded by the Federal Railroad Administration, aims to minimize differential movement at railway track transitions and smooth the way for high-speed trains.
Technical training, collaboration and inspiration is in store as Illinois hosts the Engineers Without Borders (EWB) Regional Training Workshop.
Completed in July, the Yeh Center provides state-of-the-art classrooms, meeting rooms and informal gathering space for the department’s 1,300 students.
University of Illinois researchers are studying the hydrologic and environmental effects of intentional flooding.
Enrollment is now open for the department's online master's degree program.
Professor Youssef Hashash will speak about his visit to Japan in the wake of the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami.
Student team has won a $75,000 grant from the Environmental Protection Agency to take their design for a sustainable water filtration system to the next level.
Former Illinois Governor Jim Edgar will speak Thursday, April 14, in NCSA auditorium.
Mallon delivers the keynote address for the Environmental Engineering and Science Spring Symposium.
Annual tradition for engineering students worldwide started 40 years ago as a class project.
Researchers develop a novel method of producing porous carbon spheres with iron dispersed throughout them for catalytic and air quality applications.