Read it here: CCEE graduate student, Paige Peters, continues to help lead conversations on our growing need for water technology solutions amid climate change.

Congratulations to Dr. Jaime Hernandez who has received a 1-year award in collaboration with Dr. Angeli Jayme, Research Scientist at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign for the project, “R27-252: Impact of Commercial Electric Vehicles on Flexible Pavement Performance.” The sponsor is the Illinois Center for Transportation.  

Congratulations to CCEE graduate student Paige Peters and her team at Rapid Radicals Technology for being the grand prize winners of the 19th annual Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest.

Congratulations to Dr. Yong Bai, McShane Chair in Construction Engineering, has received a 6-month NSF grant in the amount of $50,000 for the project, “I-Corps: Automated As-is Facade Modeling of High-rise Buildings Using Drones and Artificial Intelligence.”

Read it here: Dr. Anthony Parolari's postdoc Kun Zhang’s research aims to understand and quantify urban groundwater dynamics. His latest paper focuses on how gray-green infra. interactions impact subsurface storm flows, a critical question in urban hydrology.

Read it hereDr. Patrick McNamara talked with Scientific American about how living with lead can create antibiotic-resistant superbugs. 

Tune In: Dr. Brooke Mayer joined WPR's Larry Meiller Show last week to discuss her work around phosphorus sustainability.

  • Job Openings: Adjunct instructors needed for Water Resources and Management and Urban Hydrology and Stormwater Management
  • Congratulations to seniors Alondra Gonzalez, Shayden Harvey, Faviola Perez Mercado and Alondra Rodriguez for finishing first place in the Global Water Stewardship category of the Central States Water Environment Association’s student design competition!
  • CSWEA Student Design Competetion Winners 2022
  • Congratulations to Drs. Daniel Zitomer, Anthony Parolari, and Patrick McNamara on each receiving a 1-year $50,000 award from the Lafferty Family Foundation. 
  • Read it here: Dr. Brooke Mayer wrote an article for Water Conditioning and Purification International Magazine about the need for innovation in water infrastructure
  • Congratulations to the President of Marquette ASCE, Gabby Lukanus, who was a 2022 ASCE Wisconsin Section Outstanding Senior Civil Engineering Student Award Recipient! The award recognizes excellence in engineering academic achievement and service to the profession.
  • MU's ASCE Chapter President, Gabby Lukanus
  • Congratulations to MU's chapter of American Society of Civil Engineers who won the following awards from the 2022 ASCE Western Great Lakes Student Symposium: Quiz Bowl Team - 2nd overall, Steel Bridge - 4th overall and 3rd in stiffness, construction economy and cost estimation. 
  • ASCE WGL 2022 Group PhotoASCE WGL 2022 Steel Bridge Group Photo

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