Fall Lecture - Advancing Innovation in Transportation - October 23, 2014
UNH Hosts Oil Spill Response Forum - October 28-29, 2014
"We've assembled some of the most influential, thoughtful, and challenging figures in the field of oil spill response, many of whom were eyewitnesses to the Exxon Valdez or Deepwater Horizon spills," says forum convener Nancy Kinner, director of the Center for Spills in the Environment and professor of civil and environmental engineering
- Memorial Bridge will 'Talk' to UNH researchers
- STEM Majors on the Rise: The Numbers tell the Story
- Professor Tapped to Investigate Washington State Landslide
- Wildcats in Washington (Paul Kirshen)
- Research Professor Paul Kershin – “Building Shelter From the Storm”
- CiE Professor Jennifer Jacobs on NHPR Floods on the Rise
- Dr. Kinner has received the University Professorship honor for outstanding contributions to the field and to the university community.
- Congratulations Dr. Ray Cook on winning the 2012 Jean Brierley Excellence in Teaching Award!
- Engineers Without Borders - Potable Water Source Implementation
Welcome to the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at the University of New Hampshire. We appreciate your visit!
Civil and environmental engineering are broad and diverse engineering disciplines that encompass the design, construction, assessment and maintenance of the constructed and natural infrastructure of society. This infrastructure includes dams, water treatment plants, highways, bridges, tunnels, irrigation canals, traffic control systems, skyscrapers, airport runways and mass transit systems, just to name a few. Our role in society is to promote sustainable development of ours and future generations.
Professor Malley awarded the 2013 Excellence in Public Service Award.
James Malley is the Davison Professor of Environmental Engineering and Director of the Environmental Research Group at the University of New Hampshire. He won the 2013 Excellence in Public Service Award for his leadership and commitment to providing safe drinking water to people all over the world.
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