Professors Emeritus Ernest J. Barenberg and Marshall R. Thompson were recently honored with CEE Alumni Association Distinguished Faculty Awards.
In a recurring feature in the CEE Magazine, CEE alumni describe their varied projects and professions.
Assistant professor Jeremy Guest explains how updated spaces will influence learning.
Associate Professor Mani Golparvar Fard has been named to Engineering News-Record’s first National Top 20 under 40 list.
CEE students visited Mexico City after 7.1-magnitude earthquake to gather data on damaged buildings that will be used in the development of a system to assess structural damage using drones.
A weekend trip to Chicago gives students an opportunity to learn about the city from a structural engineering perspective.
Researchers find that changes in nonextreme precipitation are more significant than previously realized and larger than those in extreme precipitation.
Nguyen will attend the 2017 Arab-American Frontiers of Science, Engineering and Medicine symposium in Rabat, Morocco.
Professors to work on sustainability issues in new center established to provide scientific breakthroughs for a new generation of sustainable, cost-effective biofuels and bioproducts.
Study shows water footprint of agricultural production in California's Central Valley increased during drought years.
A proposal submitted by Professor Ximing Cai to receive funding for a research event that will conclude the University of Illinois’ Sesquicentennial Celebration.
The International Association for Hydro-Environment Engineering and Research names Garcia the M. Selim Yalin Lifetime Achievement Award winner.
The award is given to non-resident Indians for “outstanding services, achievements and contributions for keeping the ‘Flag of India high.’”
Guest to speak at the 2017 Arab-American Frontiers of Science, Engineering and Medicine symposium in Rabat, Morocco.
Résumé includes arenas, retractable roofs and the odd dragon.
Researchers are using a mathematical technique traditionally used in earthquake engineering to determine how well green infrastructure works.
Megan Konar has been named the William J. and Elaine F. Hall Faculty Fellow in Civil and Environmental Engineering.