UMD Environmental Engineers to Study Effectiveness of Compost in Stormwater Management
Findings could empower transportation officials nationwide to more effectively manage stormwater runoff while also making use of recycled byproducts.
UMD Transportation Experts to Evaluate Economic Benefits of Infrastructure Investments
The project could help officials save taxpayer money while maximizing economic benefits of transportation infrastructure projects
UMD Supported Web Tool Could Help Improve D.C. Commutes
Part of the District Mobility project, the tool incorporates CATT Lab congestion and mobility data.
Engineers, chemists, microbiologists and, those in other biofilm-related fields are invited to submit papers for Impact of Materials, Surface Chemistry and Modifications on Biofilm Formation in Environmental Remediation and Engineering Applications. Organized by University of Maryland and the National Institute for Standards and Technology, this symposium is part of the American Chemical Society August 20-24 National Meeting in Washington, D.C. More>
Study "Sustainability and Smart Cities" in Prague, Czech Republic and "Sustainability and Infrastructure" in Athens, Greece this summer. All majors, undergraduate, and graduate students from the University of Maryland and other U.S. institutions are eligible to apply. More>
February 24, 2017 2:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. Kim Rotunda
May Commencement Grad Fair March 7-9
March 7, 2017 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. University Book Center, Stamp Student Union
Whiting-Turner Info Session
March 9, 2017 5:00 p.m. PHYS 1412