Civil and Environmental Engineering

More Civil and Environmental Engineering News
Jim Jacobi

Virtual design and construction leader wins alumni Distinguished Service Award

Award winner has generously given his time and talent to support Michigan Engineering projects and activities.|Short Read
Two people board a small bus parked at a curb.

Smart mobility solutions for Benton Harbor

NSF grant facilitates community partnerships working toward innovative transportation solutions.|Medium Read
Glen Daigger

Glen Daigger receives Gascoigne Medal for wastewater treatment research

CEE professor’s winning paper describes testing to increase flow handling capacities at a wastewater treatment plant.|Short Read
Carbon dioxide

PhD student Anne Menefee selected for Department of Energy fellowship

Anne Menefee received a fellowship to support her research on mitigating human-driven climate change through engineered carbon management. |Short Read
Robot construction

PhD Student Sehwan Chung Selected for MICDE Fellowship

CEE PhD student Sehwan Chung received the MICDE Fellowship to support his PhD research. |Short Read
Mcity

Alumnus Paul Ajegba selected as MDOT Metro Region Engineer

CEE Alumnus Paul Ajegba has been selected as the new Metro Region Engineer for the Michigan Department of Transportation.|Short Read
Portrait of Branko Kerkez

Joint U-M and GLWA team wins inaugural Intelligent Water Challenge

University-utility partnership designs a system to demonstrate the value of smart water technologies.|Short Read
Krista Wigginton portrait

Krista Wigginton wins Paul L. Busch Award from the Water Research Foundation

CEE professor unites virology with engineering to develop a novel approach to managing risks associated with viruses in water.|Short Read
Lut Raskin

Professor Lutgarde Raskin selected as a Fellow for International Water Association

Professor Lutgarde Raskin has been chosen to be a fellow based on her contributions to the International Water Association. |Short Read
Civil & Environmental Engineering logo

Fresh funding ideas to fix Michigan’s failing infrastructure

Fintech and digital financing could move infrastructure financing into the 21st century.|Short Read
Evgueni Filipov

Evgueni Filipov selected to participate in the U.S. National Academy of Sciences’ Symposium

Assistant Professor Evgueni Filipov was selected out of hundreds of candidates to take part in the National Academy of Sciences’ sixth annual Arab-American Frontiers of Science, Engineering, and Medicine Symposium. |Short Read
Carol Menassa

Finding the right temperature

University of Michigan faculty receive an NSF grant to investigate automated, data-driven HVAC control.|Short Read