Researchers studied the connectivity between ecosystem responses to rainfall and drought.
Ashlynn Stillwell has been selected to receive the 2018 Award for Outstanding Teaching in Environmental Engineering and Science from AEESP.
Liu receives prize for interdisciplinary research of outstanding merit at the interface of microbial ecology and water/wastewater treatment.
Researchers evaluated the feasibility of using human-derived waste as a safe and valuable nutrient commodity.
Water-softening additives may increase the risk of pathogen release into drinking water by weakening the grip that bacteria have on pipe interiors.
Floor plans are unveiled for various parts of Phase II of the Modernization Plan.
Curriculum changes are designed to better position students as leaders in the civil and environmental engineering field who are capable of addressing society’s grand challenges.
In a recurring feature in the CEE Magazine, CEE alumni describe their varied projects and professions.
More than 40 student teams from universities in the United States, Canada, Mexico and China arrived on campus in May to compete in the National Student Steel Bridge Competition.
Students from across the university traveled to Puerto Rico during spring break for the ABE 498 Disaster Relief Projects: Hurricane Maria course.
Students in Professor Benito Mariñas’ popular environmental engineering lab course had a unique opportunity this spring: to see first-hand the results of a natural disaster, and to work on practical design solutions to aid recovery.
Graduate student Thomas Roadcap is one of eleven University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign students to receive a Fulbright grant.
Study shows nanoscale knowledge of the relationships between water, friction and mineral chemistry could lead to a better understanding of earthquake dynamics.
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.