Highlights and News

EWR Program Open House Weekend, February 2017

The Environmental and Water Resources (EWR) Engineering Program had a successful Open House for prospective students. Currents students, staff and faculty met with prospective students and answered questions. The Open House weekend was packed with activities such as meet and greets with faculty, a campus tour and student panel discussions. Many of the visiting students Read more…

Dr. David R. Maidment to present the G.V. Loganathan Distinguished Lecture

Friday, April 7 Hancock Auditorium 3:00 p.m. Lecture title: National Water Model of the United States Abstract:  In 2016, the NOAA National Weather Service made operational a new National Water Model of the United States. This model simulates and forecasts water flow in 2.7 million stream segments covering 3.2 million miles of streams and rivers Read more…

Hokies present at IWA conference in Australia

Students and faculty go through a lot to share their research. This group of CEE students and faculty endured the hottest two days in Sydney, Australia, that the city has had in over 70 years. Temperatures exceeded 110 degrees Farenheit, but that didn’t keep them from presenting at the 11th Annual International Water Association (IWA) Read more…

Randel Dymond named ASCE Fellow

Randel Dymond, Ph.D., P.E., F.ASCE, an Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Virginia Tech, who specializes in water resources, land development, and GIS, has been named a Fellow by ASCE.  Dr. Dymond has more than 36 years of experience in academics, consulting, and software development.  He has taught at Fairmont State University, Penn Read more…