Tracy Kijewski-Correa is the Leo E. and Patti Ruth Linbeck Collegiate Chair and Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering & Earth Sciences, Associate Professor of Global Affairs, and Co-Director, Integration Lab in the Keough School of Global Affairs. Her research addresses civil infrastructure challenges in the developed and developing world and natural hazard assessment and mitigation. A cofounder of Engineering2Empower (E2E), Kijewski-Correa and E2E colleagues have developed a comprehensive strategy for sustainable housing in Haiti, integrating community-led innovation and market-based solutions.
Video: “Fighting to Protect Our Community”
21st-century civil infrastructure challenges in both the developed and developing world
Challenges in modern civil infrastructure and natural hazard assessment and mitigation.
Second International Conference on Human Dignity and Human Development
In Race Against Hurricane Season, Kellogg Faculty Fellow Engineers Study Incentives for Climate-Resilient Homes
Aug 24, 2022
A team of civil and environmental engineers at the University of Notre Dame, lead by two Kellogg faculty fellows, is racing against time to create a new framework for community recovery from natural disasters, educate homeowners on risks and encourage incentives for climate-resilient homes before the next extreme event hits.
Kijewski-Correa Interviewed by the Atlantic on Disaster-Risk Work
Sep 19, 2021
Faculty Fellow Tracy Kijewski-Correa was interviewed by the Atlantic. She explains in the article, “Here Come the First Responders ... And the Engineers?”, what disaster work looks like and how her team has incorporated engineering to create simulations to see how hurricanes and winds affect different types of buildings.