Our Concrete Canoe team placed second in the Women’s Sprints and second in Women’s Endurance races.
ASCE-UCF chapter that recently participated in the 2018 ASCE Southeast Student Conference that occurred March 1 - 3 2018 in Gainesville, FL, took home first place in Steel Bridge Display and second place in Steel Bridge Lightness.
For the first time in UCF’s history, one of our faculty members has been selected for the prestigious New (Early Career) Investigator Program (NIP) Award in Earth Science from NASA. Assistant Professor Dr. Thomas Wahl from the Civil, Environmental and Construction Engineering department and National Center for Integrated Coastal Research will be supported by [...]
Transportation Research Board (TRB) holds an annual meeting in January in Washington D.C. Our Transportation Researchers presented 56 papers. We have 16 papers accepted for publication and we got 7 Best paper awards and recognitions. Congratulations to our team! Brochure in pdf
UCF environmental engineering doctoral student Angela Rodriguez together with faculty advisor Dr. Steve Duranceau participated in the 2018 Pacific Water Conference held in Honolulu on February 7 and 8th. UCF CECE student and NSF Fellow Angela Rodriguez presented the paper “Evaluating Corrosion Rates in an Island Water System Changing Disinfectant.” [...]
The UCF student team has been selected for 14th Annual P3 Award (Phase I): A National Student Design Competition for Sustainability Focusing on People, Prosperity and the Planet by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The project title is “A Noble 2D MoS2 Sponge Oil-Water Separator (MDSOS)”. This technology proposes to curb water pollution by [...]
After 27 years of distinguished career at UCF as Chair, CATSS director and distinguished professor, Dr. Radwan is retiring. We hope he has a wonderful retirement! He will be missed, but not forgotten. He has done so much for the department and his students.
UCF environmental engineering students together with faculty advisor Dr. Steve Duranceau participated in the Florida Section of the American Water Works Association’s 2017 Annual Conference held at Champions Gate between November 26-30. UCF CECE students Jessica Cormier, Frances Martinez, Maria Arenas, Martin Coleman and Daniel Whalen presented posters on their [...]
UCF environmental engineering graduate students and faculty actively participated in the American Water Works Association’s 2017 Water Quality Technology Conference (WQTC) held in Portland, Oregon (Nov. 12-16, 2017). Everyone representing UCF at the WQTC either presented papers or posters at a conference focused on water quality, treatment and public health-related regulatory topics. Daniel [...]
Undergraduate Civil Engineering student, Lailee Bottom, took home both First Prize and the People’s Choice award for her presentation at the 2017 ShORE meeting. Dr. Kelly Kibler was her research mentor. Lailee’s research was funded by grants awarded to UCF from the National Estuaries Program and National Science Foundation.