civil and environmental engineering

The Cod and the Tern

The Cod and the Tern

With new grants, UNH researchers will study how climate change in the Gulf of Maine is affecting species like the Atlantic cod and the common tern. Read More

Recent Stories

  • Aerial photo of Oyster River in snow
    - Predicting Future Floods
    New UNH research updates snowmelt flooding models for a changing climate, helping protect vulnerable infrastructure and water resources. Read More
  • Creating Career Paths Through Connection
    - Creating Career Paths Through Connection
    Sierra Dahl '22, a civil engineering student, participated in the professional mentorship program offered by the Career and Professional Success office that led to a rewarding... Read More
  • Kayla_hadley
    - Ascending Leader
    Kayla Hadley, a 2015 graduate of UNH’s environmental engineering program, was one five honored with the 2021 Environmental Business Council of New England, Inc’s Ascending Leader... Read More
  • Stuart Grandy, professor of soil biogeochemistry and fertility, and Paula Mouser, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering, have received a two-year USDA equipment grant for $323,025 to purchase an ultra-high-performance high resolution liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry instrument (UHPLC-MS/MS) similar to the instrument here.
    - UNH Scientists Receive $1M to Support Critical Soil Sustainability Research
    University of New Hampshire scientists have received three grants totaling $1 million that will support research addressing urgent questions in soil sustainability and, ultimately... Read More
  • Woman in white lab coat samples liquid outdoors with bright sun over her shoulder
    - Research Snapshot: Protecting Great Bay
    UNH researchers sample wastewater from treatment facilities around Great Bay to understand how contaminants flow into our environment and ultimately protect our drinking water. Read More
  • Car drives on flooded road near beach
    - Roads Under Water
    With a new $1.8 million National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) grant, UNH researchers will study how and why coastal hazards like excessive flooding are causing... Read More
  • Paula Mouser stands on catwalk at Durham's wastewater treatment facility
    - PFAS Are Forever
    Two studies from UNH look at the fate of PFAS after being processed by wastewater treatment facilities. Read More
  • Joe Degregorio ’21, Brandon Belmonte ’21, Jessica Nekowitsch ’21 and Andrew Godfrey ’21.
    - Getting Their Feet Wet
    For a quartet of senior UNH environmental engineering students, there’s something in the water. And one of their last acts prior to graduation will be helping to remove it.  Read More
  • Weiwei Mo, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering
    - Gaming Safe Drinking Water
    Weiwei Mo, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering, has received a prestigious National Science Foundation CAREER grant. Read More
  • Solar_competition
    - Top Performers
    A team of UNH engineering students was recently selected as a finalist in the prestigious U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon® 2021 Design Challenge.  The competition... Read More