News from the Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering

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Recent News

Zuni Youth Enrichment Project partnership with Civil, SWEFC featured on KUNM
June 2, 2022
KUNM’s University Showcase recently featured a partnership between graduating seniors in the Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering Read More...

10 undergraduates selected as Grand Challenges water communication research scholars
April 22, 2022
Ten students from a variety of majors were selected to present their Sustainable Water Resources Grand Challenge science communication projects at The University of New Mexico this month. Read More...

UNM group develops low-cost, steady-state pump with NSF I-Corps funds
April 18, 2022
A research group in the UNM Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering has developed a cost-effective, steady-state flow pump that has a wide range of uses in chemical feed and core flooding applications. Read More...

Alumnus pledges $5 million for Gerald May Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering
March 22, 2022
The University of New Mexico Board of Regents today (March 22) voted to approve renaming the Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering in honor of Gerald May, a longtime professor in the department, School of Engineering dean and UNM president. Read More...

UNM center partners with rural libraries to provide water operator books, resources
March 18, 2022
Ensuring the country has clean, safe water involves ensuring that drinking water utilities have certified water operators. Read More...

Rockslides, meet Brutus
March 2, 2022
Engineering students create remote-controlled robot to detect potential danger Read More...

Himmelberger recognized by American Water Works Association for Engineers Week
February 23, 2022
Heather Himmelberger, director of the Southwest Environmental Finance Center at The University of New Mexico, was recently highlighted by the American Water Works Association Rocky Mountain Section in a feature on Engineers Week. Read More...

Student research featured on KRQE News
February 7, 2022
Student research from CE 481/581 was recently featured on KRQE News. Read More...

Dr. Gonzalez-Pinzon and collaborators receive NSF award to develop global database and machine-learning-informed solute transport model
February 7, 2022
In 2013, Dr. Gonzalez-Pinzon and collaborators published a manuscript titled “Scaling and predicting solute transport processes in streams”. Read More...