The research currently underway in the department is a part of building human and environmental resilience in the years to come.
Assistant Professor Mark Denavit was among twelve professionals nationally honored by the American Institute of Steel Construction in 2021.
Senior Sharon Smith was honored with the Shirley Garside Award, which recognizes unusual perseverance in pursuit of a civil and environmental engineering degree.
Doctoral student Debalina Ghosh developed a new concrete formula that both quickens the drying time of precast concrete and has a reduced carbon footprint.
UT civil engineering students take on crosswalk improvements in Oak Ridge to slow traffic and allow pedestrians a safe way to cross the intersection.
Professor Lee Han was recently honored with the Southern District of the Institute of Traffic Engineers Excellence in Transportation Engineering Education Award.
UT placed ninth overall out of 21 teams in this year’s ASCE Southeast Student Conference and scored in the top three places in two competitions.
Assistant Professor Candace Brakewood co-authored a chapter in the newly released book, The Handbook of Public Transport Research, by Edward Elgar Publishing.
Research Professor David Greene received the John Nolt Lifetime Achievement in Environmental Leadership Award.
A senior design team created a plan for mitigating erosion at a recreational landing currently covered in riprap at UT Research Park at Cherokee Farm.