Institute of Transportation Engineers Selects CEE’s Francis Tainter as a Young Leader to Follow for 2023
Tainter has worked on cutting-edge research focused on topics such as crash-data linkage, traffic-signal optimization, and automated-vehicle integration.
Six College of Engineering Faculty Collaborate on Five Research Teams Getting Interdisciplinary Research Grants
The grants empower multidisciplinary teams of researchers to innovate at the interfaces of their expertise and thus have a transformative impact on our world.
The University of Massachusetts Board of Trustees has named Colin Gleason (CEE) as the newest Armstrong Professional Development Professor.
The University of Massachusetts Board of Trustees has named Professor Michael Knodler Jr. (CEE) to the William W. Boyer Endowed Professorship.
Gao’s project will “chart a technology inspired pathway” for ride-sourcing drivers to organize their work more economically and effectively.
The Leadership Institute is a transformational leadership-development program aimed at filling leadership pipelines in higher education with dynamic leaders.
Kitty Lovell has been selected as one of 10 UMass Amherst 21st Century Leaders Award recipients.
A “green wall” is a vertical structure fitted with a growth medium, substrate, and integrated hydration and fertilization, where flora can be planted and grown.
Nsubuga, an M.S./Ph.D. student in the Environmental and Water Resources Engineering Program at UMass Amherst, employed his keen focus on science policy in D.C.
The scholarship from the Rhode Island Chapter of the Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS) rewards strong academic ability and a passion for transportation.