Tim Prunkard, CEE’s Technical Services Supervisor, retired from the University of Illinois in December 2019 after nearly 25 years in the department.
CEE at Illinois offers the No. 1 online civil engineering master’s degree program, according to U.S. News & World Report.
He called himself “a voice in the wilderness.” He sat in conference rooms filled with scientists who ridiculed his ideas. But CEE alumnus John Houbolt was going to be heard. And we were going to land on the moon.
Valocchi will become interim head effective February 16, 2020.
CEE researchers have developed an automated instrument that can rapidly and comprehensively measure the oxidative potential of ambient particulate matter.
New website helps students learn basic concepts in transportation engineering through online video games.
CEE at Illinois researchers were awarded $800,000 from the United States Department of Energy (DOE) to improve methods by which the effect of radiation on concrete used in nuclear power plants is assessed.
Nathan Newmark’s family members have made leadership gifts to establish an installation showcasing the contributions of Illinois civil and environmental engineers to the world.
Most of our food is moved across great distances—and through many different forms of transit—before it reaches our plates.
Rural road conditions can be evaluated reliably and cost-effectively, thanks to best-practices guide and apps developed by researchers.
Researchers use machine learning to better understand airfield pavement.
New faculty member sees vast potential in autonomous vehicle sensors.
The Investment for Growth initiative will provide $24 million across 18 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign projects to expand educational and research excellence.
M.S. student Rebecca Andrus earned first place in the Graduate College Research Live! competition.
Professor Erol Tutumluer has received the Section Best Paper Award from the Transportation Research Board (TRB) Geological and Geoenvironmental Engineering Section.
New, economical structural system will protect a building and its occupants during an earthquake, and allow for an immediate return to operability after the event.
Valerie Makri (BS 18) makes a gift to the German Gurfinkel Collaboration Space, part of the Smart Bridge that will connect Newmark Lab to the Hydrosystems Lab.
Researchers will develop sensors that measure pressure, wind and wind loading on structures during high-wind situations, thanks to the National Institute of Standards and Technology grant.