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In coastal communities, sea level rise may leave some isolated
Study exposes social, racial vulnerabilities caused by global warming Amid...
How mountains affect El Niño-induced winter precipitation
With 150 years of data, study enables water predictions for the West.
Buckeyes committed to solving Marwa's water crisis
In the remote Tanzanian village of Marwa, women and young girls spend up to five...
College of Engineering celebrates outstanding alumni
A CEGE graduate was among 13 alumni who were honored during the 2023 College of...
CEGE faculty investigating climate isolation caused by direct flooding
Flooding is often a result of natural disasters that occur in coastal areas...
Bringing new resilient infrastructure to all communities
In an effort to mitigate climate change, many communities and the transportation...
Ultrasound may rid groundwater of toxic ‘forever chemicals’
New research suggests that ultrasound may have potential in treating a group of...
Enhancing Power Grid Resilience for Navajo Nation
While essential to the daily life and economy of the Navajo reservation...
CEGE, College of Engineering undergraduate programs, on the rise
The Department of Civil, Environmental and Geodetic Engineering's undergraduate...
Experiencing the battlefield before boots hit ground
Simulations are essential in the training and preparedness of our armed forces...