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Celebrating CEE women

During Women’s History Month, the CEE department celebrates the vital role of women in the department. From teaching to research advancements, female faculty are making history through their work. Over the years, the number of female faculty has grown – today 31% of core CEE faculty are female. Please join us in recognizing the female faculty listed below.

Amelia Regan
Associate Teaching Professor
Transportation Engineering


Influential CEE alumna

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