In the Media

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Jul 27, 2022

Ganguly Quoted in Two Newsweek Articles

CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly was quoted in two Newsweek articles about the increased droughts that have caused water levels to drop in Lake Mead and Lake Wilson. Locally, Ganguly was featured in the Boston 25 News story “Extreme temperatures, demand straining electricity system in Massachusetts.”

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Jul 11, 2022

Northeastern researchers have a plan to protect Boston from rising sea levels: floating vegetation mats they call the ‘Emerald Tutu’

CEE Assistant Professor Julia Hopkins was featured in the Boston Globe article “Northeastern researchers have a plan to protect Boston from rising sea levels: floating vegetation mats they call the ‘Emerald Tutu’.” Hopkins’ research with the Emerald Tutu has also been featured in Yahoo.com, MSN.com, The Guardian, and Boston 25 New’s Youtube Channel.

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Peter Furth

Jun 09, 2022

Mode shift: Built with bike-priority streets, Houten is quiet, safe – and utterly unique

CEE Professor Peter Furth was featured in the Dominion Post article “Mode shift: Built with bike-priority streets, Houten is quiet, safe – and utterly unique.”

Civil & Environmental Engineering

May 09, 2022

How Bad are Incandescent Light Bulbs for the Environment?

CEE Associate Professor Matthew Eckelman was featured in the Popular Science article “How bad are incandescent light bulbs for the environment?“

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Samuel Munoz

Apr 06, 2022

NSF backs study of Mississippi River’s response to climate change

MES/CEE Assistant Professor Samuel Muñoz was featured in the EurekaAlert article “NSF backs study of Mississippi River’s response to climate change“.

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Mar 08, 2022

In The Big Dig’s Shadow

CEE Chair and Professor Jerome Hajjar featured in the Boston Business Journal article “In The Big Dig’s Shadow.”

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Feb 08, 2022

The secret to Beijing’s Olympic venues? More than half the buildings were used before

CAMD/CEE Associate Professor David Fannon was featured in the Fast Company article “The secret to Beijing’s Olympic venues? More than half the buildings were used before.”

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Jan 31, 2022

What does Poor Rating for Collapsed Bridge Mean for Others?

CEE Chair and Professor Jerome Hajjar was featured in the Washington Post article “What does poor rating for collapsed bridge mean for others?” to talk about how sufficient funding is needed to repair aging infrastructure.

Civil & Environmental Engineering