A team of civil and environmental engineering students completed their senior design project close to home by redesigning two bridges on campus.
With two grants from the National Science Foundation, UT researchers are continuing their mission of developing disease-resistant infrastructure solutions.
This month the American Association for the Advancement of Science announced the election of Joshua Fu and Gladys Alexandre as 2020 AAAS Fellows.
New research by Professor Chris Cherry follows his previous research that drew worldwide attention to the frequency of bicycle crashes at a railway crossing near his UT office.
Professor Khalid Alshibli is joining 15 other researchers from an alliance of universities to establish a $16.5 million research center to ensure that the nuclear capabilities of the United States are not eroded as nuclear weapons age.
In a collaborative project between the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and Portland State University, researchers are studying the potential for shared bikes and e-scooters to fill transit needs during the coronavirus pandemic.
Professors in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering have a research plan that comes with backing from a National Science Foundation RAPID Award.
Joshua Fu, the John D. Tickle Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering in the Tickle College of Engineering at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, has completed a collaborative study to understand how smoke particles from wildfires can impact human health.
A UT professor and expert known for his work on the Deepwater Horizon oil spill recovery efforts has co-authored a report making a series of recommendations to federal agencies on how to safely clean up after spills.
Jenny Retherford, senior lecturer in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, established a senior design project aimed to develop barriers on the Natchez Trace Parkway Bridge.
The National Science Foundation announced support for a variety of studies aimed at understanding Earth’s biodiversity, including a project led by UT’s Frank Loeffler.
Edwin G. Burdette, beloved professor emeritus in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, passed away Friday, May 18. Burdette was a true teacher, having served UT for more than 50 years.