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Joshua Fu publication examines methods to increase data quality when using machine modeling to measure and predict air pollution.

CEE’s Adrian Gonzalez shares STEM ideas with young readers through a book series about a teenage investigator.

An interdisciplinary team, including colleagues from civil and biosystems engineering, studies the effects of human decomposition on the soil underneath.

PhD student Ye Li’s work with wastewater during the Covid-19 pandemic helped keep UT safe—and just revealed new opportunities for studying the virus’s spread.

The department celebrated its 2023–2024 student scholarship recipients with a reception in the Zeanah Engineering Complex.

The new SubSurface Observatory at Y-12 gives Terry Hazen and his DoE ENIGMA team an unprecedented look at how subsurface microbes respond to contamination.

Civil Engineering student Russell McCoig shares his thoughts and experiences about co-ops that he participated in through Engineering Professional Practice.

CEE students Mohammed Elnur and Mohammed Safi revealed an unknown feature of sand degradation at a national research center in Chicago, which tweeted a photo of their experiment.

Caleb Napper, a senior in civil engineering, recently presented his poster along with 10 other UT students at the Posters at the Capitol event.