Professor Murugesu Sivapalan is a recipient of the 8th Award of the Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz International Prize for Water.
A new book by CEE at Illinois alumna Angela Wolters and co-author Laura Hahn highlights the stories of pioneering women in the College of Engineering.
The most recent CEE Magazine issues have featured stories and photos of early (and not so early) women of the department.
Illinois Center for Transportation (ICT) students and engineers use their expertise to help local Boy Scouts find the graves of forgotten soldiers.
Nora El-Gohary named National Center for Supercomputing Applications Faculty Fellow for 2018-2019.
Three CEE assistant professors have been awarded National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER awards, the National Science Foundation’s most prestigious form of support and recognition for junior faculty.
CEE Assistant Professor Ahmed Elbanna has been awarded a National Science Foundation CAREER award to study the physics behind earthquakes with an eye toward more accurate predictive models.
Illinois team takes first place in the Place Demonstration Project Category at the 6th Annual Campus RainWorks Challenge.
The latest issue of TR News, published by the Transportation Research Board, features a profile of CEE Professor Erol Tutumluer.
Professor David A. Lange testified before a congressional subcommittee on the potential of Fiber-Reinforced Polymer building materials for strengthening infrastructure development in the U.S.
CEE Assistant Professor Rafael O. Tinoco has been awarded a CAREER award to study and quantify the effects of aquatic ecosystems in gas transfer processes in natural waters, from the water-sediment interface to the water surface.
Professor David Lange was elected President of the American Concrete Institute at its 2018 Spring Convention in Salt Lake City.
CEE Assistant Professor Hadi Meidani has been awarded a National Science Foundation CAREER award to develop faster, more accurate methods for modeling smart infrastructure systems.
Illinois civil and environmental engineering professor Wen-Tso Liu leads a team of researchers who are studying how microbial communities assemble within indoor plumbing systems.
Assistant professors Jeremy Guest and Ashlynn Stillwell have received College of Engineering Faculty Awards for 2018.
Rubber duckies have long been the quintessential bathtime toy, but a recent study has shown that they harbor harmful bacteria and fungi, revealing the dark side of these flexible plastic bath toys.