Civil & Environmental Engineering: Building a Better World

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"Every bridge is its own engineering masterpiece"

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Professor Cotel receives Fulbright award

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Research Highlights

Drones and Natural Disasters

Typically surveying natural disasters like earthquakes, floods, and landslides involves putting boots on the ground and using tools like measuring tape or GPS to take stock of how the area has...

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...



Build a Better World is a new animated video that introduces the U-M Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. 


Xunchang Fei, Richard Woods and Athena Gkrizi

In an interview appearing in the July/august issue of Geostrata, Professor Emeritus Richard...


The ShanghaiRanking Consultancy has published a...


The Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors (AEESP) and the American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists (...

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Friday, August 26, 2016 - 11:00am
Emily Herbert

2029 GGB

Thursday, September 1, 2016 - 10:00am

Johnson Rooms @ Lurie Engineering Center

Monday, September 12, 2016 - 6:00pm
Martin Kaufman, U-M Flint Earth and Resource Science Department

STAMPS Auditorium
1226 Murfin Ave., Ann Arbor
Walgreen Drama Center

Tuesday, October 25, 2016 - 4:20pm
Mark Edwards, Charles Lunsford Professor Civil Engineering, Virginia Tech

Gerald Ford Library

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