Ryan Hazelwood's only visit to campus took place in December 2016, when he graduated with his M.S. in the CEE Online program.
CEE at Illinois alumnus Mickey Kupperman will be presented with the Distinguished Alumni Award from the College of Engineering on April 1, 2017.
Researchers study current relationships between hydropower and irrigation in a global context, and the potential impact of changes in key climatic variables.
Associate Professor Larry Fahnestock has received one of the 2017 Dean’s Awards for Excellence in Research.
CEE at Illinois senior Lama Aoudi has been named a 2017 Knight of St. Patrick by the College of Engineering.
A recently completed project investigated the effectiveness of sensor network systems for detecting traffic trouble spots, estimating travel times and delays, and estimating speed of vehicles in and approaching roadway work zones.
Five alumni to be honored for their professional achievements at the 2017 Alumni Awards Dinner in Chicago.
Associate Professor Mani Golparvar-Fard has been named as one of the region’s top young professionals for 2017 by Engineering News-Record (ENR) Midwest.
New staff member uses social media networks to reconnect with alumni in China.
From encouraging study abroad, to welcoming international students, to developing a curriculum that reflects the modern world, CEE at Illinois is preparing students for global engineering.
The field of mechanics is poised to revolutionize medicine, and CEE researchers are making important contributions through fundamental work in biomechanics.
Eight University of Illinois researchers, including CEE professor Tami Bond, have been named to the Highly Cited Researchers list for 2016.
CEE alumnus Michael Peterson returned to campus to talk about racial climate change with retired dean Howard Wakeland.
Research shows that decreased leaf area leads to increased soybean crop yields.
M.T. Geoffrey Yeh (BS 53), CEE alumnus and namesake of the M.T. Geoffrey Yeh Student Center in Newmark Civil Engineering Laboratory, died on October 16, 2016. He was 85.
Interdisciplinary team will examine the problem of food security in the U.S. by focusing on interconnected infrastructure networks and how natural disasters affect them.
Professor Tim Stark traveled to Louisiana to survey damage and public infrastructure after historic flooding.