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.
Professor Bill Spencer has been awarded ASCE's Nathan M. Newmark Medal for 2018.
Golparvar-Fard receives the 2018 Walter L. Huber Civil Engineering Research Prize from the American Society of Civil Engineers.
Professor Timothy Stark received a CEE-funded Rapid Response Grant to survey the Rattlesnake Ridge Landslide near Yakima, Wash., with an ASCE Geo-Institute research team.
Original musical work, "Gathering," composed for the sesquicentennial celebration of the University of Illinois and featuring the words of three distinguished Illinois alumni, including CEE at Illinois alumnus and pioneering structural engineer Fazlur Khan.
The Master of Science in Environmental Engineering is now available as part of the CEE Online program.
First-of-its-kind database will help researchers understand water consumption in urban areas and the energy needed to collect and treat wastewater.
New research shows that international trade can lead to more efficient use of water resources in agriculture.
Christopher Barkan awarded the Charles H. Hochman Lifetime Achievement Award by the Transportation Research Board’s Committee on the Transport of Hazardous Materials.
Center for Applied Collaboration on Human Environments awarded funding to explore the complex chemistry that happens in wood in the moments just before it bursts into flames.
Professor Emeritus Michael Darter is recognized for his innovation, leadership, advancement of technology, teaching and mentoring in the field of civil engineering
On Dec. 15, U.S. Senator Tammy Duckworth visited a CEE at Illinois railroad engineering research laboratory, accompanied by Chancellor Robert Jones.
On Dec. 7, 2017, Professor Yanfeng Ouyang was invested as the first holder of the George Krambles Endowed Professorship in Rail and Public Transit.
A team of Canadian and U.S. researchers have mapped the single-cell genomes of a diverse group of microbial dark matter known as Marinimicrobia, identifying previously uncharted metabolic roles, including as a potential greenhouse gas sink.
Illinois Center for Transportation has selected Stark's research project as their featured topic for the conference.
Assistant Professor Jeremy Guest has been invited to speak at the 2018 Gordon Research Conference on Environmental Sciences: Water in June 2018.
Associate Professor Daniel B. Work has been selected to present his research at the National Academy of Engineering 2018 National Meeting February 8, 2018, in Irvine, Calif.