About Civil & Resource Engineering


The Department of Civil and Resource Engineering provides an educational experience that will prepare you to become a successful professional, capable of life-long learning and further advanced studies.  Learn more about the department.

Faculty & Research in the Department


At Dalhousie University, not only do students learn from the best they can also work on fascinating research projects alongside them.  Learn more about our experienced and knowledgeable faculty and staff.

Best Student Presentation Award

CONGRATULATIONS Parisa Keyvan Hosseini!
Parisa won the best student presentation award at the International Oil Spill Science Conference (IOSSC) 2022 which was held in Halifax, Nova Scotia on October 4-7.  The Dalhousie oil decanting team presented outstanding research under the title of “The Investigation of a Physical Method Using a Pilot-Scale Membrane Filtration System to Treat Decanted Oily Seawater”.  

Third Place Winner for Research Presentation

CONGRATULATIONS Faraj Shahrstan! Faraj received Third Place for his presentation titled 'Structural Rehabilitation of Post-Tensioned Concrete Bridge Cantilever Wings with Post-Tensioned CFRP Rods' presented during the ACI 123 Concrete Research in Progress Session at the Fall 2022 ACI Convention in Dallas, TX.

Early Career Hydrogeologist Award
Kurylyk Award 2022

Congratulations to CRE's Dr. Barret Kurylyk on winning the Early Career Hydrogeologist Award!

CPCI Wellness Bench Design National Competition

Congratulations to CRE's Undergraduate Students, Hanna Korn and Youssef Abdeldayem on winning 1st place in the CPCI Wellness Bench Design National Competition.  

Recognition Award

Congratulations to Dr. Fadi Oudah of the Civil and Resource Department!  On behalf of the Dalhousie Undergraduate Engineering Society Dr. Oudah was informed that the engineering student-body recognized him for his hard work as a Faculty Member within the Dalhousie Engineering Program. He was recognized multiple times for in-depth technical knowledge.

ISTS Young Researcher Award

Congratulations to Dr. Kyle Tousignant who received the "ISTS Young Researcher Award" at the 17th International Symposium on Tubular Structures held in Singapore from December 9th to 12th.  The ISTS Young Researcher Award recognizes the technical and innovative contributions of a researcher under the age of 35.