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Can the Games Be Green?

February 22, 2018

Can the Games Be Green?

Professor Todd Cowen is interviewed in this issue of the New York Times' "Climate FWD" newsletter... read more

Cornell collaborative team wins 2018 City of Dreams Pavilion Winner

February 6, 2018

Cornell collaborative team wins 2018 City of Dreams Pavilion Winner

Professor Christopher Earls partnered with two Cornell architecture professors for the winning... read more

Juan Carlos Martínez Mori awarded Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship

January 26, 2018

Juan Carlos Martínez Mori awarded Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship

Martínez Mori is a first year Ph.D. student studying under Prof. Samitha Samaranayake read more

Below the surface: simulating waves in the ocean’s interior

January 22, 2018

Below the surface: simulating waves in the ocean’s interior

The research of Professor Peter Diamessis is highlighted in this feature. read more

Julianne Quinn ’17 places third in Philadelphia Marathon

November 29, 2017

Julianne Quinn ’17 places third in Philadelphia Marathon

Quinn is currently a postdoctoral researcher in the Reed Group. read more

Dr. Phil Liu receives Hamaguchi Award For Enhancement of Tsunami/Coastal Disaster Resilience

November 9, 2017

Dr. Phil Liu receives Hamaguchi Award For Enhancement of Tsunami/Coastal Disaster Resilience

Commemorating World Tsunami Awareness Day of November 5 the “Hamaguchi Award" is given to... read more

Professor O’Rourke inducted into the Academia de Ingenierίa México

November 1, 2017

Professor O’Rourke inducted into the Academia de Ingenierίa México

he Academia de Ingenierίa México, or Mexican Academy of Engineering, is the equivalent in Mexico to... read more

Tens Of Thousands In Puerto Rico Told To Evacuate Immediately As Dam Cracks

October 5, 2017

Tens Of Thousands In Puerto Rico Told To Evacuate Immediately As Dam Cracks

Prof. Jery Stedinger contributed to this article about post-hurricane conditions in Puerto Rico read more

Cornell’s Geotechnical Lifelines Large-Scale Testing Facility featured on Discovery Channel's DailyPlanet

October 2, 2017

Cornell’s Geotechnical Lifelines Large-Scale Testing Facility featured on Discovery Channel's DailyPlanet

DailyPlanet aired a segment featuring pipeline resiliency testing conducted in the Bovay Lab... read more

OpEd: New York should change how electricity is billed

September 27, 2017

OpEd: New York should change how electricity is billed

Professor Edwin Cowen discusses the benefits of time-of-use electric rates read more

Aurora Namnum receives Clark Construction Scholarship

September 15, 2017

Aurora Namnum receives Clark Construction Scholarship

Aurora Namnum '19 has been selected as the recipient for the Clark Construction Scholarship for... read more

Shiyao Sun '18 receives College of Engineering Co-op of the Year Distinguished Honor Award

September 14, 2017

Shiyao Sun '18 receives College of Engineering Co-op of the Year Distinguished Honor Award

Shiyao Sun '18, Civil Engineering undergraduate student, has received a Co-op Student of the Year... read more

Engineering community of makers launches website

September 7, 2017

Engineering community of makers launches website

Cornell’s College of Engineering has launched of a new maker-themed website, CollabSpace read more

Professor Reed invited to speak at 5th Arab-American Frontiers of Science, Engineering, and Medicine in Morocco

September 1, 2017

Professor Reed invited to speak at 5th Arab-American Frontiers of Science, Engineering, and Medicine in Morocco

Patrick Reed of Civil and Environmental Engineering has been invited by the National Academies of... read more

"Introduction to Hydrology" by Wilfried Brutsaert translated into Chinese

September 1, 2017

"Introduction to Hydrology" by Wilfried Brutsaert translated into Chinese

Cambridge University Press has published a translated version of Brutsaert's classic textbook. read more

BBC Mundo: "The revolutionary invention that provides drinking water to thousands in Honduras"

August 29, 2017

BBC Mundo: "The revolutionary invention that provides drinking water to thousands in Honduras"

The AguaClara project is featured in this article by the BBC. read more

Professor Cowen gives invited talk at the Smithsonian Earth Optimism Summit

August 28, 2017

Professor Cowen gives invited talk at the Smithsonian Earth Optimism Summit

Professor Todd Cowen was invited to give the talk "Doing More, Using Less" at the Smithsonian Earth... read more

Three CEE faculty members receive Engaged Curriculum Grant

August 28, 2017

Three CEE faculty members receive Engaged Curriculum Grant

Francis Vanek, senior lecturer, Ruth Richardson, associate professor, and Matt Reid, assistant... read more