The 2014 Student Awards Ceremony and Alumni Reception

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Measuring Evaporation in the Great Lakes

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Women in Engineering Video

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Professor Gray earns Ralph Peck Award

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The History and Future of Transportation at CEE

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Research Highlights

Improving Our Understanding of Lake Surface Evaporation

Understanding the Great Lakes system is crucial for the millions of stakeholders that are impacted by the country’s supply of fresh surface water.

But the lakes have been full of...

Drugs in the Water

Professor Nancy Love is featured in a new video from MConneX titled, “Bad Medicine? Drugs in the water.”

Love explains in the video that our bodies don't absorb all the...

Jim Wight

Professor Jim Wight’s crown grows heavy, as it is made of concrete. His former graduate students made the crown, which includes a plaque that reads “King of Concrete.”


Aline Cotel

Fluid Dynamics

Associate Professor Aline Cotel researches fluid dynamics, studying everything from the impact of biofuel spills on aquatic environments to the impact of turbulence on fish...



Assistant Professor Branko Kerkez is part of a team that has been awarded a four-year NSF grant to improve the sustainability of large urban areas...


Doctoral Student Kevin Fries recently received a Great Lakes Long-term Fellowship, which is administered by U-M’s Cooperative Institute for...


Professor Emeritus Ray Canale recently published two papers in Aquaculture, an international journal for the exploration, improvement and...


In 1914, two civil engineering professors, William Hoad and Arthur Decker, founded a consulting engineering firm in Ann Arbor as an outlet for...

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October 31, 2014

Gerald Ford Library

October 31, 2014
Dr. John Crittenden

Lobby of the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library, located off Beal Ave.

November 4, 2014
Toshio Shimada

2305 GG Brown

November 7, 2014

Duderstadt Center

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