In the Media

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Dec 21, 2021

Remote Sensing Could Predict Well Water Quality After Floods

CEE Assistant Professor Kelsey Pieper was featured in the EOS article “Remote Sensing Could Predict Well Water Quality After Floods,” with her research to help better inform disaster recovery efforts.

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Nov 12, 2021

Civil Engineers are Adjusting Designs and Materials to Make Them More Sustainable, but Experts say Many More Solutions are Needed

CEE Professor and Chair Jerome Hajjar was featured in the Business Insider article “Civil engineers are adjusting designs and materials to make them more sustainable, but experts say many more solutions are needed.”

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Oct 12, 2021

Climate Challenge: Latinos disproportionately impacted by wildfires

CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly’s risQ climate startup, with CEO Even Kodra, PhD’14, interdisciplinary engineering, and a former member of Ganguly’s SDS Lab, was featured in an NBC news article on Latinos Disproportionately Impacted by Wildfires. View around 0:30 to around 0:50, and at around 0:40 to around 0:50 of the video.

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Aug 08, 2021

Civil Engineering PhD Student Featured in the Boston Globe

Civil engineering PhD student Max Rome was featured in the Boston Globe article, “Abundant Plant Growth on Floating Wetland Helps Battle the ‘Dirty Water Stigma’.”

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Jun 27, 2021

Mehrdad Sasani Discusses Surfside, Florida Building Collapse

Professor Mehrdad Sasani, civil and environmental engineering, was featured in several media publications discussing the devastating collapse of a condo building in Surfside, Florida. Sasani’s research interests include progressive collapse of structures; earthquake engineering; structural integrity and reliability; and building and community resilience. WCVB.com, WBAL TV, WPRI, The Boston Globe, News @ Northeastern, CNN, USA […]

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Jun 14, 2021

Steel Diaphragm Innovation Initiative Improves Seismic Design Tools

CEE Professor and Chair Jerome Hajjar was featured in the Engineering News-Record article “Steel Diaphragm Innovation Initiative Improves Seismic Design Tools” as being part of a new team of steel structure researchers.

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Feb 11, 2021

If double-masking is hurting your ears, try these tips to relieve the pain

CEE Associate Professor Loretta Fernandez was featured in the Washington Post article “If double-masking is hurting your ears, try these tips to relieve the pain” for her research into finding effective fitting masks.

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Jan 21, 2021

Living in Boston During COVID-19: Vaccination Planning and Hesitancy

In a newly released report from the Boston Area Research Initiative, the Center for Survey Research, and the Boston Public Health Commission, Assistant Professor Ryan Wang and a host of colleagues from Northeastern and other universities and organizations published the fifth installment of their research into the pandemic in the Boston area. That report, titled […]

Civil & Environmental Engineering