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Wednesday, Nov 21, 2018
by Morgan Kelly
Professor Michael Celia,director of the Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI) and Princeton's Theodora Shelton Pitney Professor of Environmental Studies and professor of civil and environmental engineering, has received an honorary doctorate in engineering from the University of Stuttgart in Germany for recognition of his work as a prolific...
Wednesday, Nov 14, 2018
by Anderson Davy and Morgan Kelly
Houston's urban landscape directly contributed to the torrential rainfall and deadly flooding experienced during Hurricane Harvey in August 2017, according to Princeton and University of Iowa researchers.
Thursday, Nov 1, 2018
by Molly Sharlach and Scott Lyon
Members of Mark Zondlo’s lab used a suite of gas sensors to monitor air quality on Hawaii’s Big Island during the summer 2018 eruption of the Kilauea volcano.
Tuesday, Oct 9, 2018
by Jane Soohoo
The department is proud to announce that Graduate Student Rebecca Napolitano will receive a School of Engineering and Applied Science Award for Excellence for 2018.
Tuesday, Oct 9, 2018
by Jane Soohoo
The department is proud to announce that Graduate Student Xiaogang He will receive a School of Engineering and Applied Science Award for Excellence for 2018.
Tuesday, Sep 25, 2018
by Morgan Kelly
With the right public infrastructure investment, the United States could as much as double the amount of carbon dioxide emissions currently captured and stored worldwide within the next six years, according to an analysis by Princeton University researchers.
Monday, Sep 17, 2018
by Jane Soohoo
Ning Lin, Associate Professor at Princeton University’s Dept. of Civil & Environmental Engineering details her fascinating research on hurricane and climate science by refining methods in risk analysis in this in-depth interview.
Monday, Sep 17, 2018
by Jason Plautz
Professor Mark Zondlo on ammonia in smog. Ammonia, a poorly understood smog ingredient, could be key to limiting deadly particulate pollution.
Friday, Sep 14, 2018
by Jane Soohoo
Professor Michael Celia will be awarded an Honorary Doctorate degree from the University of Stuttgart in a ceremony to take place November 16, 2018, at the University of Stuttgart in Germany.
Wednesday, Jul 25, 2018
THE 2019 HYDROLOGIC SCIENCES MEDAL is awarded to James A. Smith for exceptional contributions to understanding physical and statistical aspects of flood hydrology, urban hydrometeorology, and hydroclimatology.

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