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Zoe Li awarded grant to develop improvements in wastewater treatment plants

November 28, 2017 /  Department News

Zoe Li awarded grant to develop improvements in wastewater treatment plants

Professor earns grant to improve wastewater treatment plant management

Dr. Moataz Mohamed awarded grant from McMaster Facilities Services for analysis of Alternative Electric Bus Technologies

November 28, 2017 /  Department News

Dr. Moataz Mohamed awarded grant from McMaster Facilities Services for analysis of Alternative Electric Bus Technologies

The Department of Civil Engineering would like to congratulate Dr. Moataz Mohamed on his grant from McMaster Facilities Services

Dr. Yiping Guo awarded grant from McMaster Centre for Climate Change

November 28, 2017 /  Department News

Dr. Yiping Guo awarded grant from McMaster Centre for Climate Change

The Department of Civil Engineering would like to congratulate Dr. Yiping Guo on his grant from the McMaster Centre for Climate Change for his drainage system design adapting to changing climate conditions

Drs. Lydell Wiebe and Wael El-Dakhakhni granted CRD/OCE VIP 2 with the Canadian Masonry Industry

November 23, 2017 /  Department News

Drs. Lydell Wiebe and Wael El-Dakhakhni granted CRD/OCE VIP 2 with the Canadian Masonry Industry

The Department of Civil Engineering is pleased to announce that Drs. Lydell Wiebe and Wael El-Dakhakhni have been awarded an NSERC CRD and an OCE VIP 2 to work with the Canadian Concrete Masonry Producers Association and the Canada Masonry Design Centre

Biosolids Modeling: Helping engineers extract more value from sludge

November 22, 2017 /  Department News
Source: SOWC

Biosolids Modeling: Helping engineers extract more value from sludge

Dr. Younggy Kim, Associate Professor and Canada Research Chair (II) Water and Health, is transforming wastewater sludge into valuable fertilizer

Dean's Blog: Educate Citizen Scholars To Transform Our World

November 6, 2017 /  Department News
Source: Fireside with the Dean

Dean's Blog: Educate Citizen Scholars To Transform Our World

Beyond the attributes that graduates obtain from their programs of study, the job ready skills typically reported to be of greatest importance for employers include a fresh graduate’s ability to work in a team, leadership, capability to define and solve a problem, written and verbal communication.

McMaster named Canada's most research-intensive university

October 26, 2017 /  Department News

McMaster named Canada's most research-intensive university

McMaster continues to lead in university rankings – this time being recognized as Canada’s most research-intensive university in the 2017 Research Infosource rankings released today.

McMaster Researchers to Tackle Water Issues in First Nations Communities

October 24, 2017 /  Department News
Source: McMaster Daily News

McMaster Researchers to Tackle Water Issues in First Nations Communities

Dr. Zoe Li to work as part of co-creation team to tackle water issues in First Nations communities

McMaster hosts engineering deans from around the world

October 14, 2017 /  Department News

McMaster hosts engineering deans from around the world

More than 150 delegates from 25 countries in attendance

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