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Jul 15, 2024

CCEE team to advance to final phase of historic timber bridge competition 

A team of five CCEE students — ranging from undergraduate to Ph.D. students — have advanced to Phase 3 of the Association for Preservation Technology (APT) Preservation Engineering Technical Committee… 

Jul 12, 2024

CCEE master’s student Mila Yutskevych wins second place in poster competition

CCEE master’s student Mila (Liudmyla) Yutskevych, advised by Department Head Jackie Gibson and Professor Andrew Grieshop, won second place in the Outstanding Student Poster Competition at The International Society of… 

Jul 2, 2024

CCEE Distinguished Professor Mo Gabr named Lifetime Member of ASCE

CCEE Distinguished Professor Mo Gabr was named a Lifetime Member of the American Society of Civil Engineers. A life member has made a lifetime commitment to ASCE and the civil engineering profession… 

Jun 24, 2024

CCEE undergraduate programs maintain high rankings

CCEE continues to earn high marks on the newest rankings of graduate engineering programs by U.S. News & World Report.   In the 2024-25 rankings of engineering specialties at the graduate… 

Jun 21, 2024

Former Department Head, Distinguished University Professor Mort Barlaz named Lifetime Member of AEESP

Former Department Head and Distinguished University Professor Mort Barlaz was among eight scholars inducted as Lifetime Members of the Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors (AEESP) in 2024.  Lifetime… 

Oct 31, 2023

Poop, Pee and Microbes: The Complicated Ecology of Pit Latrines

A new study sheds light on the complex microbial ecosystems found in pit latrines, which are used by billions of people around the world. The findings are relevant for efforts…