Posted January 7, 2022
A recent ceremony honoring Sofia Mogilevskaya boasted, appropriately, a number of international participants. Scholars, colleagues, and former students from around the world joined the online ceremony to recognize her technical contributions and celebrate her outstanding mentorship toward international students.
Li Receives Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship for Applying Data Science to Improve Pedestrian Safety
Posted January 7, 2022
Tianyi Li (a doctoral student advised by Raphael Stern) received a prestigious Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship. The competitive, merit-based fellowship from the Federal Highway Administration funds students pursuing degrees in transportation-related disciplines.
Posted January 3, 2022
Catherine (Wolfgram) French was honored locally with induction into the Hall of Fame at Burnsville High School, where she graduated in 1975.
Posted October 7, 2021
A new program developed by CEGE graduate students invites 11th-grade students into a unique tutoring experience. The CEGE Junior Mentoring Program in STEM provides an excellent opportunity for high school students to get exposure to research. During the program, the high school students learn the basics of data analysis and programming in Matlab and conduct individual mini-research projects.
Posted October 5, 2021
Researchers from the Department of Civil, Environmental, and Geo-Engineering at the University of Minnesota have optimized a novel technique to visualize proteins generated by microorganisms in wastewater. The method allows scientists new insights into the lifestyle of uncultured microbes (organisms that may not easily be grown in the lab) and how these microbes react and adapt to changing environmental condition in wastewater treatment plants over space and time.
Posted July 12, 2021
Four CEGE graduate students will be supported in 2021 by the Hsiao Shaw-Lundquist Fellowship. Recipients include Svetlana Baranova, a mathematics and geomechanical engineering student advised by Sofia Mogilevskaya; Xiating Chen, a water resources engineering student advised by Xue Feng; and Tianyi Li (advised by Raphael Stern) and Te Xu (advised by Michael Levin), who both study transportation engineering.