Workshop aims to understand ways climate change affects society and explore policies to mitigate impact.
Assistant professor named one of ten "2016 New Faces of Civil Engineering Professionals" by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).
Professors Murugesu Sivapalan and Paolo Gardoni have been invited to be Teaching Fellows for the Grand Challenge Learning program, a new campus initiative to help students learn about pressing challenges facing society.
CEE Professor elected as President of the International Society for Concrete Pavements.
CEE faculty members and grad students part of team investigating record flooding in Illinois and Missouri.
A one-year NSF research grant will allow Joshua Peschel to develop new ways for scientists and engineers to capture high resolution, high frequency topographic measurements around waterways as well as take 360-degree HD photos from rivers, lakes and tributaries.
Forty-five top women students from across the country were encouraged to pursue graduate degrees and introduced to the grad program in CEE at Illinois during the first annual We Go CEE workshop.
As CEE envisions the facilities that will help us retain our leadership position, why is a smart bridge part of the plan?
Research team to study the impact of hydrological hazards on food security in Zambia.
The streets of Chicago will be getting smarter, literally, through a new UI LABS City Digital project being led by University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Civil and Environmental Engineering Research Assistant Professor Joshua M. Peschel.
Illinois' new Research and Innovation Laboratory (RAIL) has garnered interest from industry leaders in both the public and private sectors.
CEE Research Assistant Professor developing field-ready robots to gather crop data, as part of a multi-disciplinary research project.
Local landmark designed by CEE professor German Gurfinkel celebrates its 50th anniversary with a seminar and dedication ceremony.
CEE alumnus receives College of Engineering Alumni Award for Distinguished Service.
CEE alumnus leading $500 million renovation of Wrigley Field.
Study of aquifer systems shows water consumption is outpacing replenishment and explains how this may impact food security and international markets.