The 10 most recent news stories:
- CEE faculty look to biochar to help reduce stormwater pollutants
- Professors Imhoff, Cha, and Maresca received federal funding to study the impact of biochar on water retention, infiltration and nitrogen transformation in highway greenways
- Prof. Rachel Davidson participates in executive leadership program
- Prof. Rachel Davidson is just one of 31 women participating in the ELATE leadership program at Drexel University this year.
- Bacteria may be harbingers of unseen damage in concrete
- Professors Julia Maresca is studying how bacteria may be used as an early indicator of to identify alkali-silica reaction, or ASR, in concrete. ASR is a leading cause of damage in concrete structures.
- Seventh Annual CEE Alumni and Friends Golf Outing
- CEE alumni and friends showed up in force for the 7th annual golf outing, held once again as part of Alumni Weekend celebrations.
- Prof. Sue McNeil elected Distinguished member ASCE
- Professor Sue McNeil was elected Distinguished member of ASCE. Only 13 members were elected to this highest rage this year.
- CEE research featured in ASCE magazine
- Work being conducted by the late Prof. Dentel and Prof. Imhoff, on breathable latrine liners was recently featured in an ASCE magazine article.
- Big data in railroads the topic of a one-day conference at UD
- Big data in the railroad industry was the topic of a one-day conference held recently at UD. The conference was organized by CEE Prof's Allan Zarembski and Ni Attoh-Okine, and included representatives from the railroad industry and academia.
- CEE students and researchers continue work in India
- A group of students and faculty, lead by Prof. Steve Dentel, will continue their work on developing breathable fabrics that can be used to line latrines for improved sanitation. Eight prototype latrines will be fabricated and installed in India this January.