civil engineering News Archive
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Monitoring the melting of permafrost
December 12, 2022 —
As Earth's climate warms this UM grad has created an innovative tool to ensure our buildings remain safe.
Winnipeg Free Press: Province mourns first woman hired as engineer
October 5, 2021 —
Today we mourn the loss of Ruth Eden [BsC (CE)/88, ExtEd/88, MSc/02], one of five women to graduate from the civil engineering program at the University of Manitoba in 1988.
Price Faculty of Engineering
Civil Engineering grad student takes home first prize at CGS 2020
August 10, 2020 —
James Bartz has claimed the top spot at Canadian Geotechnical Society student competition in the oral presentation category.
Research and International
Ice Ice Maybe
July 13, 2020 —
Surprisingly, there are few studies on river ice dynamics, despite prominent public and industrial concerns associated with flooding and other impacts of river ice processes.
Robots to drive Miss Daisy
February 24, 2020 —
University of Manitoba and United Kingdom researchers to investigate AI-based transportation solutions for older populations
Wpg Free Press: City bets on asphalt for Waverley underpass
August 1, 2019 —
Ahmed Shalaby weighs in
Research pushing the boundaries
May 13, 2019 —
Early career researchers are among the inaugural recipients of funding from the New Frontiers in Research Fund
From farms, to treating municipal wastewater
May 3, 2019 —
Two U of M studies receive federal funding
Clinician scientists: critical for the evolution of healthcare
April 30, 2019 —
Dr. Allan Becker is the recipient of the Dr. John M. Bowman Memorial Winnipeg Rh Institute Foundation Award
Global/CJOB: Civil engineering prof says U of M studying pothole problem at pavement lab
March 28, 2019 —
'Potholes are an ongoing problem for Manitoba drivers, but some of the province’s top thinkers are looking for an academic solution'