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.
A railroad bridge in the Alaskan wilderness will receive an optimal design thanks to the work of a hydrosystems research team.
Students gather to hear CEE alumni speak about their professional careers.
CEE junior and triathlete Michelle Mehnert places 10th in her age group at international triathlon competition.
Professor, Ph.D. student honored at Central Illinois Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers banquet.
New networking event will give students and company representatives a chance to mingle.
Spencer part of international team reviewing recovery efforts.
Sivapalan presented with the International Hydrology Prize from the International Association of Hydrological Sciences in Paris, France.
CEE student Mani Golparvar-Fard develops a new modeling technique that uses photos to visualize and automatically track construction progress in four dimensions.