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Research Highlights

Dead Zone Boat

A lake covered in green, thick algae is not only unpleasant to look at, it can also mean that natural toxins are negatively impacting other organisms in the lake.

To better understand the...

Pile Driver Sensors

When piles are driven into soil to provide foundational support for structures, vibrations are caused that can create cracks in deep foundations for nearby structures, like bridges.


Mercury in the Air

Many people have heard about the dangers of eating fish contaminated with mercury, but not everyone realizes that one of the ways mercury gets in the atmosphere is through coal-fired power plants...

Urine as fertilizer

Assistant Professor Krista Wigginton’s research on urine recycling is the topic of a new video from Michigan Engineering.

The "flush and forget" toilet system, which has...



Two faculty positions are available in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Michigan.



Professor Nancy Love will be traveling the country and beyond for the next year giving talks about various aspects of water quality as the...


Three CEE doctoral students (Sahithya Reddivari, Margaret Reuter and Sara Rimer) recently traveled with the Graduate Society of Women Engineers (...


Professor Emeritus Ray Canale recently published two papers, one in Aquaculture and the other in Lake and Reservoir Management.


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October 9, 2015

Lobby of the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library, located off Beal Ave.

November 12, 2015
John E. Taylor

GM Conference Room in Lurie Engineering Center

Reception to Follow

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