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Undergraduates Casey Hoyt and Liz Guilford are recipients of $5,000 scholarships for students who plan to pursue careers in the construction engineering field.
To minimize the pollution that originates at military base training ranges, a team of researchers led by CEE research professor Stuart Strand has developed a new grass species.
This fall, alumnus Wayne Levinson (MSCTL ’17) received a Puget Sound Business Journal 40 Under 40 Award, which recognizes business leaders under the age of 40.
UW CEE's alumni newsletter, The Bridge, details department news and updates. The Fall 2016 edition is now available!
From working on a light rail system in Hawaii to the Elliott Bay Seawall Project in Seattle, several undergraduate seniors advanced their skills last summer with real-world experience.