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coastal engineering

Mar 20, 2023

2023 EWC Graduate Research Symposium brings together more than 100 researchers, scholars

About 120 students, faculty and guests gathered in Duke Energy Hall at Hunt Library to discuss pressing issues and innovative research at the 2023 Environmental, Water Resources, and Coastal Engineering… 

Nov 18, 2022

Research update: How does chronic shallow flooding affect coastal communities?

The frequency of flooding in coastal communities is increasing, even when there is not a storm. These floods go by many names — sunny day floods, high tide floods, nuisance… 

Oct 26, 2022

Graduate student spotlight: Sophia Rosenberg

Sophia Rosenberg is a second-year master’s of science in civil engineering student with a concentration in coastal engineering. She grew up in Chesapeake, Virginia, and is advised by Dr. Elizabeth… 

Sep 23, 2022

17 CCEE students experience the thrills of whitewater rafting

Environmental, water resources and coastal engineering students typically find themselves in large bodies of water collecting important scientific data such as water flow velocity. But over the last decade, groups… 

Jun 29, 2022

CCEE Ph.D. student Jenero Knowles wins Witherspoon Graduate Fellowship 

CCEE Ph.D. student Jenero Knowles, advised by Dr. Casey Dietrich, was awarded the Witherspoon Graduate Fellowship for Summer 2022 from NC State’s Graduate School. The competitive one-year award, named in honor… 

Jan 21, 2022

CCEE’s Dr. Katherine Anarde’s work on “Sunny Day Flooding” research featured on PBS

CCEE assistant professor Dr. Katherine Anarde and other researchers from NC State and UNC Chapel Hill were featured on PBS for their work on the Sunny Day Flooding Project, which focuses…