March 14, 2019

EGR 190: Introduction to Data & Decision Sciences at Duke

EGR 190 is a pillar of Duke Engineering's signature undergraduate experience—introducing students to foundational data problems.

Joana Sipe in her lab

March 12, 2019

Breaking Down Plastic Degradation

Duke CEE PhD Candidate Joana Sipe wants to know exactly how many microplastic particles your water bottle will contribute to our global pollution problem

A Duke Engineering student gives a presentation in the Founder's Workshop course.

March 11, 2019

Founder's Workshop Creates Entrepreneurial Confidence

A special-topic course guides student teams through the development of startup plans.

Creosote pollution on the Elizabeth River

March 06, 2019

A Rainbow River

Searching for a bioremediation strategy to alleviate creosote pollution of the Elizabeth River

Sun breaks through clouds above Fitzpatrick Center

February 14, 2019

New Program at Duke to Embed Ethics in Engineering, Computer Science Education

An interdisciplinary ethics program will offer Duke students a framework for navigating the challenges posed by advanced technologies

Vahid Tarokh, Ana Barros, and the NAE logo

February 08, 2019

Barros, Tarokh Elected Members of the National Academy of Engineering

Duke Engineering faculty recognized for contributions to water-cycle modeling and wireless communications

Duke Engineering students and Prof. Ann Saterbak working in the Duke Engineering Design Pod.

February 05, 2019

Duke Engineering Joins KEEN Network

The growing national partnership of engineering schools and faculty promotes an entrepreneurial mindset

Mark Wiesner giving a toast

February 05, 2019

Wiesner Appointed to U.S. EPA Science Advisory Board

CEE chair and professor Mark Wiesner will use decades of experience and knowledge regarding water quality and use to help guide the agency's programs and plans

Smog hangs over the Red Fort in New Delhi, India. Some monuments in the country, like the Taj Mahal, are cleaned to remove stains created by air pollution. (Amanda Solliday / Duke University)

December 14, 2018

Air Quality Solutions Will Require Changes in Who Can Access Data

The latest research on air pollution in India suggests that data is limited in areas that need the information the most

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November 28, 2018

Seven Duke Engineers Named to 2018 Highly Cited Researchers List

Duke Engineering can claim seven of its faculty members as the most influential researchers in the world

Megan O'Connor

November 14, 2018

CEE Graduate Named a Forbes '30 Under 30' in Energy

Megan O'Connor PhD '17 is the cofounder of Nth Cycle, a company that helps recycle rare earth metals from used electronics