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Honoring The Breaks They Were Given

One grew up in the small town of Koppel, Pennsylvania, in a family of working-class Italian-American immigrants employed by the Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad. The other was a ... Read More »

2017 News Stories

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Honoring The Breaks They Were Given

Henry Posner III, Anne Molloy and Bob and Chris Pietrandrea have immortalized a 30-year friendship with an endowed professorship. MORE
Tuesday, May 16, 2017

CEE at the Meeting of the Minds

CEE students Rebecca TienDaniel Ha, and Roseanne Usnay presented a diverse array of projects last week alongside other undergraduate students at the Meeting of the Minds, CMU’s undergraduate research symposium. MORE
Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Her Heart is in the Work: CEE Student Angela Ng Receives Student Service Award

As a Civil and Environmental Engineering and Biomedical Engineering double major, Angela Ng’s continuous passion for academics, community service, and leadership embodies her interpretation of Andrew Carnegie’s vision for the Carnegie Mellon community. MORE
Monday, April 17, 2017

Undergraduate Research: Being Part of a Team

Jonathan Ying joins CEE/EPP Professor Meagan Mauter's research team to develop models and tools to allow steam power plants to evaluate the options for complying with ELG guidelines. MORE
Friday, April 14, 2017

Three CEE Faculty Awarded SEED Grants

Three CEE faculty were named as 2017 recipients of the Scott Institute’s annual Seed Grants for Energy Research, which support CMU faculty research in the areas of energy, environment, and policy. MORE
Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Small Honored with 2017 Lazarus Award

Professor Mitch Small, the H.John Heinz, III Professor of  Civil and Environmental Engineering and Engineering and Public Policy, has been honored with the Carnegie Mellon 2017 Barbara Lazarus Award for Graduate and Junior Faculty Mentoring. MORE
Monday, March 27, 2017

Pozzi Receives NSF CAREER Award for Infrastructure Management Research

Through his research, CEE Assistant Professor Matteo Pozzi aims to develop algorithms that help infrastructure managers make smarter decisions and ultimately reduce uncertainty, risk, and management cost. To help him address this challenge, The National Science Foundation has selected Pozzi for the National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award, a prestigious five-year grant given to junior faculty for research and education. MORE

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