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Jan 25, 2022

CCEE’s online Master of Civil Engineering program ranks No. 4 in U.S.

CCEE’s online Master of Civil Engineering program was ranked No. 4 in the country on U.S. News & World Report’s 2022 Best Online Programs list, rising seven spots from 2021.… 

Jan 21, 2022

CCEE’s Ashly Cabas elected to Seismological Society of America board

CCEE assistant professor Dr. Ashly Cabas was among four members elected to the board of the Seismological Society of America (SSA), an international scientific society devoted to the advancement of… 

Dec 14, 2021

More than 100 CCEE students graduate in Fall 2021 ceremony

About 100 undergraduate and graduate students, along with friends and families, gathered in the McKimmon Center on Monday, Dec. 13, for the Fall 2021 graduation ceremony — the first time… 

Aug 24, 2021

Human, swine waste pose dual threats to water quality after flooding

By Matt Shipman A study that monitored surface waters in the wake of 2018’s Hurricane Florence finds that waters contaminated by fecal bacteria were affected by both human and swine… 

Jul 2, 2021

Over 1.4 million views of educational film co-created by Dr. Francis de los Reyes

Have you ever thought about the history of the toilet? Probably not. CCEE’s Dr. Francis de los Reyes has, and he recently collaborated on a TED-ED video about it. This… 

Jun 18, 2021

Combining Energy Storage And Solar Offers Unexpected Power Reliability Boost

This article originally appeared on the NC State News site.  New research from North Carolina State University and North Carolina Central University finds that when a power system combines energy storage…