Lopez Named UCAR Next Generation FellowCEE PhD student Tania Lopez has been named an UCAR Next Generation Fellow by the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research.
Moving Upstream: PhD Student Works on National Water ModelPhD student Kerim Dickson contributed to the national water model at prestigious summer institute
Wailong Awarded Mao Yisheng Graduate FellowshipPhD candidate Wailong Wang was recently awarded the Mao Yisheng Graduate Fellowship.
Xu Awarded Dowd FellowshipPhD student Susu Xu was selected as one of four 2017 Dowd Fellows by the College of Engineering.
Majditehran Awarded Ellegood Graduate FellowshipHouriyeh Majditehran was recently awarded the Julia and Michael Ellegood CEE Strategic Graduate Fellowship.
Zhang Awarded D'Applonia FellowshipPhD Candidate Zhuoran Zhang was recently awarded the Dr. Elio D’Appolonia Graduate Fellowship.
Calculating Behavior: CEE Student Builds Mathematical Models to Inform Material DesignFriday, October 27, 2017
Calculating Behavior: CEE Student Builds Mathematical Models to Inform Material DesignDesigning new materials is a complicated business, explains Chiqun Zhang. He would know—he’s spent most of the last five years studying material defects, modeling, and behavior at Carnegie Mellon, earning both a master’s degree and a PhD in the Civil & Environmental Engineering Department, as well as a second master’s degree in computer science.
Center for Air, Climate, and Energy SolutionsFriday, October 27, 2017
Center for Air, Climate, and Energy SolutionsFounded in 2016 with $10 million in funding from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), CACES is a five-year collaborative research center at Carnegie Mellon University with a focus on the impacts of air pollution, technology, climate change, and related policies on local air quality and health. Within Carnegie Mellon alone, the students and faculty in CACES represent six departments, including CEE, and over a dozen faculty from outside institutions are involved.
Lopez Awarded Cohon FellowshipMonday, October 09, 2017
Lopez Awarded Cohon FellowshipPhD candidate Tania Lopez has recently been named the 2017-2018 Jared and Maureen Cohon Graduate Fellow in Civil and Environmental Engineering.
Two CEE Students Named Andrew Carnegie ScholarsThursday, October 05, 2017
Two CEE Students Named Andrew Carnegie ScholarsCEE seniors Julissa Cruz and Emmett Horton exemplify the qualities of an ACS Scholar by excelling at academics, having strong leadership abilities, and demonstrating a heart for community service.
Driven to Succeed: CEE Alum Excels in Construction Management for Tesla Motors GigafactoryFriday, September 01, 2017
Driven to Succeed: CEE Alum Excels in Construction Management for Tesla Motors GigafactoryWhen CEE alum Sophie Grodsinsky joined Tesla Motors as a Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing Construction Engineer in 2016, she’d never worked a day in construction in her life but credits the interdisciplinary nature of CMU’s curriculum as preparing her to work with colleagues across such a wide variety of fields.
CEE Alum Paul Murphy Oversees Nation’s First Offshore Wind FarmThursday, August 03, 2017
CEE Alum Paul Murphy Oversees Nation’s First Offshore Wind FarmAs Vice President of Operations and Engineering at Deepwater Wind, CEE alum Paul Murphy has a job unlike any other in the United States.
Remembering Distinguished Alum, Dr. Melvin RameyWednesday, August 02, 2017
Remembering Distinguished Alum, Dr. Melvin RameyDr. Melvin R. Ramey, an esteemed Carnegie Mellon CEE alumnus, a passionate educator, and an accomplished researcher, passed away on June 28, 2017.
AEESP Honors Small with 2017 O’Melia AwardThursday, June 22, 2017
AEESP Honors Small with 2017 O’Melia AwardProfessor Mitch Small recently received the 2017 Charles R. O'Melia Distinguished Educator Award from the Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors (AEESP).
CMU Power Sector Carbon IndexTuesday, June 20, 2017
CMU Power Sector Carbon IndexFrom 2005 to 2017, the CO2 emissions intensity from US electricity production has decreased nearly 24%, according to the latest update of the Carnegie Mellon Power Sector Carbon Index.
Christian Awarded Wimmer Faculty FellowshipWednesday, June 07, 2017
Christian Awarded Wimmer Faculty FellowshipCEE Assistant Teaching Professor Sarah Christian was recently selected as one of five 2017- 2018 Wimmer Faculty Fellows at the Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence and Educational Innovation.
MS Student Awarded Prize at Annual Shale Innovation ContestWednesday, May 31, 2017
MS Student Awarded Prize at Annual Shale Innovation ContestMasters student Nyla Khan was part of a team whose research recently won a $500 award at the 6th Annual Shale Gas Innovation Contest.
Honoring The Breaks They Were GivenWednesday, May 24, 2017
Honoring The Breaks They Were GivenHenry Posner III, Anne Molloy and Bob and Chris Pietrandrea have immortalized a 30-year friendship with an endowed professorship.
CEE at the Meeting of the MindsTuesday, May 16, 2017
CEE at the Meeting of the MindsCEE students Rebecca Tien, Daniel 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.
Her Heart is in the Work: CEE Student Angela Ng Receives Student Service AwardTuesday, May 02, 2017
Her Heart is in the Work: CEE Student Angela Ng Receives Student Service AwardAs 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.
Undergraduate Research: Being Part of a TeamMonday, April 17, 2017
Undergraduate Research: Being Part of a TeamJonathan 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.
Three CEE Faculty Awarded SEED GrantsFriday, April 14, 2017
Three CEE Faculty Awarded SEED GrantsThree 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.
Small Honored with 2017 Lazarus AwardWednesday, April 12, 2017
Small Honored with 2017 Lazarus AwardProfessor 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.
Pozzi Receives NSF CAREER Award for Infrastructure Management ResearchMonday, March 27, 2017
Pozzi Receives NSF CAREER Award for Infrastructure Management ResearchThrough 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.
Celebrating National Engineers Week at Explore Engineering EventTuesday, February 21, 2017
Celebrating National Engineers Week at Explore Engineering EventCEE graduate and undergraduate students gathered alongside students from other departments in Scott Hall Sunday to celebrate the start of National Engineers Week at the first-ever "Explore Engineering!" event sponsored by the College of Engineering.
Noh Awarded NSF Career AwardTuesday, February 14, 2017
Noh Awarded NSF Career AwardAssistant Professor Hae Young Noh was recently selected for a Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award from the National Science Foundation. The award is one of the most prestigious for junior faculty researchers in science and engineering.
Chatterjee Awarded Smith FellowshipThursday, February 02, 2017
Chatterjee Awarded Smith FellowshipCEE PhD student Sabyasachi Chatterjee was recently awarded a Bradford and Diane Smith Graduate Fellowship.
Mauter Awarded Dean's Early Career FellowshipWednesday, February 01, 2017
Mauter Awarded Dean's Early Career FellowshipAssistant Professor Meagan Mauter, jointly appointed in both Civil and Environmental Engineering and Engineering and Public Policy, was recently awarded a Dean's Early Career Fellowship from the College of Engineering.
CEE/BME Alumna Corinne Clinch Named to Forbes 30 Under 30 ListMonday, January 30, 2017
CEE/BME Alumna Corinne Clinch Named to Forbes 30 Under 30 ListCorinne Clinch (CEE/BMA BS '14) has been named to Forbes' 30 Under 30 list in the Social Entrepreneurs category.
Pi Awarded Bertucci FellowshipFriday, January 27, 2017
Pi Awarded Bertucci FellowshipPhD graduate student, Xidong Pi was recently named as one of two CEE students who were awarded a John and Claire Bertucci Fellowship to support his graduate work.
Connecting Power Plants and Drinking Water SafetyTuesday, January 24, 2017
Connecting Power Plants and Drinking Water SafetyConnecting the impact of power plants on drinking water - PhD student Kelly Good and Professor Jeanne VanBriesen study bromide levels in local rivers.
Mirshekari Awarded Bertucci FellowshipTuesday, January 17, 2017
Mirshekari Awarded Bertucci FellowshipPhD graduate student, Mostafa Mirshekari was recently named as one of two CEE students who were awarded a John and Claire Bertucci Fellowship to support their graduate studies.
Behind the Scenes: Building the Attractions at Universal OrlandoWednesday, September 21, 2016