A commitment to the environment led engineering graduate Susan E. Stutz-McDonald to a career pursuing ways of making the air, water, and land better for all.
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering News
Three College of Engineering students recently earned Tennessee Society of Professional Engineers (TSPE) scholarships.
Two professors—one who researches ways to clean up the environment and another who studies how microbial communities interact to shape the planet—have been elected fellows of the American Academy of Microbiology.
UT Goodrich Chair of Excellence Thanos Papanicolaou has expanded on previous soil health research in an effort to better inform farmers and the agriculture industry.
A top USGS water resource expert is coming to UT to address challenges the world faces in that area.
UT’s Center for Transportation Research has selected three faculty members from the College of Engineering, one from the Department of Economics and one from the Haslam College of Business as part of its 2015 Fellows class.
China has long had the largest population of any country in the world, but its recent economic boom has presented it with a number of problems, especially transportation and air quality. UT researchers have been studying the use of e-bikes in China, and their new findings shed light on the demographic and geographic use of the new technology.
A recent study led by the UT Goodrich Chair of Excellence Thanos Papanicolaou could very well change the way we view the health of our nation’s soil, even potentially altering history books. The paper, soon-to-be published in the Journal of Geophysical Research—Biogeosciences, focuses on modeling carbon budgets in agricultural areas.
Chris Cherry spoke with Yahoo! News about adaptation of e-bikes in Asia.
The role of the College of Engineering in studying advanced materials recently got a major boost with the National Science Foundation backing UT to join the Manufacturing and Materials Joining Innovation Center. Claudia Rawn, director of the Center for Materials Processing, will lead the university’s efforts.