Twelve projects led by or involving Maryland Engineering faculty have been awarded funding through the Grand Challenges Grants Program, the largest and most comprehensive program of its kind ever introduced at the University of Maryland.
CEE Ph.D. candidate, Kristen Croft, wins Outstanding Graduate Research Assistant Award.
Recognition honors excellence in research and teaching.
O'Shaughnessy's 3MT presents research on engineering solutions to transportation systems.
The two UMD CEE students won the doctoral and master’s degree awards, respectively.
UMD researchers track health vulnerabilities among Black communities in Louisiana.
University of Delaware Professor, ASCE Fellow to lead department.
DoD taps UMD expertise to tackle risks of stormwater contamination.
The Clark School welcomes six National Academy Engineering members who will be returning to or joining our faculty this fall.
Niemeier is the first of several endowed Clark Distinguished Chairs to be appointed through the Clark Foundation investment.
Jessica Boyer and Amanda O'Shaughnessy were selected for a program that recognizes outstanding students in fields that support NOAA's mission.
A National Academies study committee chaired by Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor Allen P. Davis is recommending steps the EPA can take to strengthen the moniitoring and management of industrial stormwater.
The latest from a partnership of University of Maryland researchers, county officials, nonprofits, and private-sector leaders.
The Clark School joins forces with a Maryland farmer to reduce nutrient pollution to the bay.
The program will recruit and train more than 60 doctoral students.
It's among the first to examine how the buildup of metals in a treatment system affects microbial activity.
The three-year project aims to improve water quality in critical waterways like the Chesapeake Bay and Puget Sound.
Faculty, staff, and students gave more than 50 presentations during the four-day event.
The committee will recommend improvements to the national industrial stormwater permitting program.
Mapistry software helps industrial facilities navigate stormwater regulations.
Davis is an international leader in urban stormwater management and treatment.
The two-day event was attended by more than 300 professionals.
Findings could empower transportation officials nationwide to more effectively manage stormwater runoff while also making use of recycled byproducts.
The CEE student is one of 20 chosen for the program by the A. James Clark School of Engineering.
Symposium brings together project management professionals, academia from across the globe.
CEE Professor Allen Davis named a Fellow of ASCE's Environmental and Water Resources Institute.
Experts from Industry, Government, and Academe to Gather for Second Annual UMD Project Management Symposium
Two-Day Event to Feature Five Keynotes, Topic-Specific Session Breakouts, and Multiple Networking Receptions
UMD Symposium to Feature Speakers from NASA, Clark Construction Group, and More
Second Annual Baltimore-Washington Event to Draw Project Managers from Industry, Government and Academe
Keynotes Include Dr. Harold Kerzner of the International Institute for Learning
Five-day event focused on role of engineers in disaster prevention, mitigation, and response.
CEE Professor Allen Davis discussed advances in regional stormwater management.
More than 250 project management professionals gathered at the University of Maryland June 9-10 for the inaugural Project Management Symposium.
Researchers are developing cutting-edge water treatment, reutilization and quality improvement techniques
Professor Allen Davis was named to two initiatives focused on advancing research to improve water quality in the United States.
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering holds symposium on tri-state region disaster response.
Dr. Allen P. Davis
was recently awarded a $632,000 grant by the Prince George's County Government
Review of EPA's Economic Analysis of Final Water Quality Standards for Nutrients for Lakes and Flowing Waters in Florida is the subject of research.
Golnaz Khorsa, a Civil and Environmental Engineering graduate student, won second place in the 2011 Dean's Masters Student Research Award Competition.
Research on flapping wing vehicles and food-service byproducts recognized.
The paper, entitled Geosynthetic Filters for Water Quality Improvement of Urban Stormwater Runoff was co-authored by Carmen's advisors Allen Davis and Ahmet Aydilek.
The D.WRE represents strong professional ethics and a commitment to life-long learning and continuing professional development
Work on bioretention earns civil engineering professor Clark School honor.
Reductions in Runoff: Dr. Allen Davis’ Work Recognized by PG County Govt.
Demonstration project to make green campus greener, aid Anacostia.
CEE’s Dr. Allen Davis has been appointed to the BayStat Program, which was established by Governor Martin O'Malley.
He will be engaged in several national efforts to develop and infuse new approaches to U.S. water resources planning and management
Dr. Allen Porter Davis, Ph.D., P.E., F.ASCE named "Fellow" by ASCE
Professor Allen P. Davis has been awarded a $500,000 contract by the Maryland SHA