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Water management in a changing environment

Kelsey Damrad Civil and Environmental Engineering MIT Water Summit presents insights, innovations, and solutions to protect our world’s most abundant natural resource. Amid a changing climate, population growth, rapid development, and pervasive urbanization, an unprecedented threat […]

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Environment, infrastructure, and people

Kelsey Damrad Civil and Environmental Engineering Faculty discuss interdisciplinary research and educational initiatives in the CEE New Research Alumni Breakfast. On Oct. 21, alumni, students, faculty, and staff from the department of Civil and Environmental Engineering […]

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Colette Heald awarded AGU James Macelwane Medal

Kelsey Damrad Civil and Environmental Engineering   Professor in civil and environmental engineering and earth, atmospheric and planetary sciences will be honored at an awards ceremony in December. Colette Heald, the Mitsui Career Development Associate Professor […]

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Sustainability of the Built Environment

Specializing in mechanics, the durability of construction materials, and sound design, CEE Professor Oral Buyukozturk has catalyzed several CEE multidisciplinary ventures – all to advance sustainable designs for infrastructure. One project he leads, the Sustainability of Kuwait’s […]

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Marta Gonzalez Promoted to Associate Professor

Assistant Professor Marta Gonzalez has been promoted to associate professor without tenure, effective July 1st, 2015. Gonzalez works in urban computing with a specialized interest in the intersections of people with the built environment and their […]

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Exploring Elusive Details in Ocean Microbiome

Professors Edward DeLong, Penny (Sallie) Chisholm and Mick Follows are among the eight founders of the Simons Foundation’s new Simons Collaboration on Ocean Processes and Ecology (SCOPE), a five-year program centered at the University of Hawaii […]

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