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Jonathan Miller

Apr 25, 2023

New tools capture economic benefit of restoring urban streams

CCEE Associate Professor Daniel Obenour, Teaching Assistant Professor Jonathan Miller, and an interdisciplinary team of researchers have developed a suite of tools to estimate the total economic value of improving… 

Jul 22, 2022

High school students experience CCEE concepts firsthand through camp

Constructing a small-scale wooden tower, estimating water flow velocity while standing in a stream, figuring out how to build a water purifier from scratch using the most cost-effective materials possible… 

Mar 1, 2021

CCEE Researchers create tools to protect our water quality

With support from the NC Policy Collaboratory and Water Resources Research Institute, a team of CCEE researchers is involved in a multi-year study to help clean up the Falls and… 

Apr 11, 2018

Departmental Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition

On Monday, April 2nd, the CCEE department held a Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition in which 7 graduate students presented their research. “This is an initiative by the departmental Graduate… 

Mar 9, 2018

Symposium displays breadth and depth of department’s research activities

The 18th annual Environmental, Water Resources and Coastal (EWC) Engineering Graduate Research Symposium was held on March 2nd in the Duke Energy Hall at Centennial Campus’ Hunt Library. This year’s… 

May 31, 2017

NCSU Engineers Without Borders assess water needs in Mayan village

Eight students from NCSU’s Chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWB) spent their Spring Break in Guatemala to begin a water supply project for a rural village. The team spent their…