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Great Lakes ice cover forecasts: A new approach enables local predictions

New approach can reliably predict months in advance whether ice will form in a given winter, as well as the timing of ice onset.|Medium Read
Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor Herek Clack (left) talks to Zijie Lin, CEE student

Cold plasma can kill 99.9% of airborne viruses, study shows

Combining virus deactivation and filtration is highly effective against contaminated air.|Medium Read
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Tom O’Rourke discusses resilient infrastructure in Richart Lecture

O’Rourke’s lecture highlighted the agents of change that lead to improved policies, better approaches and more resilient infrastructure.|Medium Read
Jolly Pumpkin Visit

CEE 366 undergraduate students visit the Jolly Pumpkin Brewery for hands-on learning about wastewater treatment

Undergraduate students from CEE 366 course toured the Jolly Pumpkin Brewery's facilities on February 15th to learn about the wastewater treatment needs of small craft breweries. |Short Read
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PhD students receive ITiMS Fellowships

Students received ITiMS Fellowships through the University of Michigan's School of Public Health for the 2019-2020 school year.|Short Read
Portraits of Adam Assink and Joseph Rodgers

CEE undergraduate students receive Distinguished Achievement Undergraduate Award

CEE students Adam Assink and Joseph Rodgers have received the Distinguished Achievement Undergraduate Award. |Short Read
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Transportation innovation

CEE Professors Henry Liu and Neda Masoud discuss their research on evolving transportation while keeping the public safe. |Medium Read
Local elementary students learn about building bridges.

CEE students off campus

CEE students help teach the next generation of engineers about using math and science to solve real-world problems.|Medium Read
Photo of Ann Arbor intersection at night.

U-M receives U.S. Department of Transportation funding to reduce urban traffic congestion

Three U-M engineers receive funding from USDOT Center for Connected Automated Transportation (CCAT) for a two-year collaborative research project that aims to reduce traffic congestion.|Short Read
Portraits of Ellen Thompson and Sebina Kalawadwala

Two CEE graduate students receive Richard F. and Eleanor A. Towner award

CEE students Ellen Thompson and Sebina Kalawadwala have received the Richard F. and Eleanor A. Towner Prize for Distinguished Academic Achievement.|Short Read
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CEE students visit real-world projects in Detroit

Students toured Walbridge and the Detroit Wastewater Treatment Plant on February 15th.|Short Read
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PhD student Arthriya Suksuwan selected as Barbour Scholar

PhD student receives scholarship from Rackham Graduate School for her academic and professional caliber in her academic discipline.|Short Read