The Delaware Center for Transportation convened its 5th Transportation Forum on Wednesday, November 13. More than 300 participants from the public and private sectors and academia gathered to identify and discuss the most pressing issues facing our transportation infrastructure today. The Forum was covered by several news outlets: in addition to the story linked, the Forum was covered by CBS news of Philadelphia and WDDE.
Anna Wagner, a 2014 graduate in environmental engineering, was one of ten students recognized at commencement with a highest grade point average award. An honors student, Anna graduated with a perfect 4.0 GPA.
Associate Professor Jack Puleo and his students are using advanced sensors to map the profile of the surf zone at several beaches in Delaware, to better understand how the profile increases the risk of injury to swimmers.
Steven K. Dentel, University of Delaware professor of civil and environmental engineering, was honored as the namesake and inaugural recipient of the Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors (AEESP) Steven K. Dentel Award for Global Outreach.