Yang started as a M.S. student in structural engineering before changing majors to pursue CEE.
University of Delaware Professor, ASCE Fellow to lead department.
UMD-based research hub harnesses interdisciplinary expertise.
Online learning platform selects UMD’s proposal as part of a series on virtual workplace skills.
Federal transportation officials tap Maryland Engineering to lead new Build America Center.
A former civil and environmental engineering chair, Witczak built the department’s pavement engineering curriculum.
UMD professor is renowned for her work on organic pollutants.
Professor Alba Torrents takes the helm as interim CEE chair.
Research fellowships provide support to UMD doctoral students at mid-career (i.e., in the period approximately before, during, or after achievement of candidacy).
DoD taps UMD expertise to tackle risks of stormwater contamination.
Course incorporates take-home kits, video instruction, and mentorship by professional engineers.
Maria Rodriguez is working to obtain data that is needed for recovery and reforestation efforts.
Doctoral candidate Alterra is studying how microplastics and chemicals interact—and finding some surprises.
The results are advancing remediation of a Maryland Superfund site.
The duo were recognized for research on poultry house emissions.
The former Grossmont Community College student was drawn to UMD by its laboratory resources and regional partnerships.
Students swept the best poster competition and earned first place in the presentation competition.
CEE students from Professor Alba Torrents' research group were recognized by the American Chemical Society.
Armstrong, Niño de Guzmán take first- and second-place respectively at Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Chesapeake Chapter annual meeting.
CEE Ph.D. candidate will present at the 13th International Congress of Pesticide Chemistry this August.
Researchers are developing cutting-edge water treatment, reutilization and quality improvement techniques
Each of these students will receive a $350 award in support of their attendance of the conference in Boston.
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 Agricultural Research Service mentioned the work of Torrents and Lozano.
Forty-six new students joined to learn about the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and accept the role of grad student
Anubha Goel is the winner of SETAC best student platform presentation.