Support for new students helps them thrive in civil and environmental engineering.
Engineering community reflects on chemist’s ‘unparalleled’ contributions.
When you envision the construction industry, you might think of a construction site you’ve driven by recently, with people building structures out of wood and cement.
What if the genes found in certain bacteria could shed light on how these tiny organisms work in and with freshwater environments?
UD professor takes home prestigious Hans Albert Einstein Award for work on sediment transport.
Holly Michael appointed DENIN director.
UD’s Maresca and collaborators show how bacterial communities live and change in concrete.
UD grad student Danhui Xin wins awards for solving mysteries around pollution-reducing technology.
49-year-old program gives UD’s young Black engineers crucial strength and support.
Princeton Review, Money cite UD for return on investment.
2022 rankings feature UD programs in engineering, education and public affairs.
Professor receives NSF CAREER Award for structural engineering research.