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2016 News Stories:
DiToro wins paper award for seminal work
Professor Dominic DiToro was recently selected to win the 2016 Outstanding Publication Award from the Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors (AEESP)for his paper, “Sediment Oxygen Demand Model: Methane and Ammonia Oxidation,” considered a seminal work in water quality modeling.
Faghri Steps Down as DCT Director; Meehan Assumes Leadership Role
Professor Arde Faghri stepped down as Director of the Delaware Center for Transportation, ending a 17 year run as Director; Professor Chris Meehan assumes the position.
Gillespie honored with Stinchcomb Award
Professor Jack Gillespie, who is the Donald C. Phillips Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, was selected to receive the Wayne W. Stinchcomb Memorial Award from the American Society for Testing and Materials.
Eighth Annual CEE Alumni and Friend Golf Outing Draws Record Number of Golfers
The skies may have opened up just as play was to begin, but that didn’t discourage the 90 golfers that came out to play in support of the Department’s Alumni Undergraduate Scholarship Awards Program.
Environmental major Sarah Hartman named Truman Scholar
Environmental engineering major Sarah Hartman has been named a 2016 Truman Scholar. One of 54 new scholars selected nationwide.
Philadelphia chapter of SEI holds College Night at UD
The Philadelphia chapter of the ASCE Structural Engineers Institute held its annual "College Night" on campus, giving UD civil engineering students a chance to meet, network, and hear from practicing structural engineers from the region.
All about Microbes
Researchers from civil and environmental engineering participated in the third annual Microbial Systems Symposium held Feb. 3 at the Perkins Student Center.
Newark the feature of a study on impacts of home shopping
A recent article by Prof. Arde Faghri and his students studied the impacts of home online shopping on vehicle operations and greenhouse gas emissions. The impacts are greater than one might expect.

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