The Civil and Environmental Engineering Honors Program gives highly motivated undergraduate engineering students the chance to develop undergraduate degree programs that reflect their particular interests. Working closely with a CEE faculty advisor, Honors Program students choose a research area and complete an honors thesis, usually during their senior year. This collection includes the final honors theses that have been reviewed and approved by the student's advisor.

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Theses/Dissertations from 2016

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Preliminary Design Guidelines for Poraver-Based Lightweight Concrete, Marlow Stanton

Theses from 2015

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Methods of Collecting and Separating Atmospheric Organic Aerosols for Analysis Using Two-Dimensional Gas and Liquid Chromatography with Mass Spectrometry, Craig M. Fairbaugh

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Using High Resolution Archived Transit Data to Quantify Congestion at Intersections of Urban Arterials, Travis B. Glick

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Bracing for Typhoons: An Initial Study of Typhoon Resilient Single-family Houses along the Central Coast of Vietnam, Anh Nguyen

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Testing and Characterizing a Novel Sampling Method for Aerosols: Application of SPE for Oxidized Gas-Phase Compounds, Daniel Wright

Theses/Dissertations from 2014

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Benchtop Minimal-Intervention Anaerobic Digestion of Vegetarian Food Waste for pH and Methane Production: Conceivability and Control Study, Emily J. Heleva-Ponaski

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Small-scale Minimal-maintenance Anaerobic Digestion of Food Waste for Solids Reduction and Methane Production: Feasibility Study, Leland C. Scantlebury

Theses/Dissertations from 2013

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The Effect of the Bicycle Detector Symbol and R10-22 Sign on Cyclist Queuing Position at Signalized Intersections, Stefan W. Bussey

Theses/Dissertations from 2009

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Carbon Sponsoring: A New Idea in Personal Carbon Trading, Direct Carbon Offset Pledges for Travel, Alexander Y. Bigazzi