Tuesday, Jun 5, 2007
Class Day Awards for 2007 was presented on Monday, June 5th in the Friend Center, and attended by family and friends.
Wednesday, May 23, 2007
Sara Piaskowy, Class of '07, won the Grand Prize and Engineering Award at the Undergraduate Research Symposium for her research in bayside flooding in low elevation regions of Seaside Park, N.J., resulting from their proximity to overflowing storm sewers. She was one of 52 undergraduates who presented their research before a group of faculty...
Wednesday, Apr 25, 2007
The "Water in Africa" project is a multidisciplinary effort that combines field research with computations and theory, and focuses on the central role that water plays in the water-limited ecosystems of the African savannah.
Monday, Apr 23, 2007
The National Ground Water Association has chosen Michael Celia as the 2008 Henry Darcy Distinguished Lecturer. The prestigious honor supports the travel of one expert to share his or her work in lectures at universities throughout the world.
Tuesday, Apr 10, 2007
Two of the world's worst natural disasters in recent years stemmed from different causes on opposite sides of the globe, but actually had much in common, according to Professor Julie Young. One of the research team's surprising conclusions: when it comes to the damage they wreak, hurricanes and tsunamis can bring surprisingly similar forces to...
Wednesday, Mar 14, 2007
Guy Nordenson from ARC and our own Jim Smith, along with Stan Allen (Dean of ARC), CEE alum Michael Tantala, and several others, put together a proposal that has won the 2007 Latrobe Prize. This is a biannual $100,000 research fellowship given by the College of Fellows of the AIA.
Sunday, Dec 10, 2006
Congratulations are in order for Katherine Meierdiercks, CEE Graduate Student, who received an Excellence in Teaching Award from the Princeton University Engineering Council for her outstanding work as an AI.
Wednesday, Nov 1, 2006
New Jersey's water, air and other ecosystem services are under immense pressure from suburbanization and new population growth. At the same time, future growth and prosperity of New Jersey is dependent on the supply of ecosystem services such as clean water and air. How can New Jersey develop in an environmentally sound manner?
Wednesday, Oct 18, 2006
The European Geosciences Union has chosen Princeton engineer Eric Wood to receive the 2007 John Dalton Medal.
Sunday, Oct 15, 2006
Five engineering faculty members including Professor George Scherer were among ten Princeton University scientists who teamed up with local sculptors, architects and landscape architects to create the phenomenon known as Quark Park.