Seattle skyline from Engineering Lecture Series flyerCEE Faculty Featured in 2016 Engineering Lectures

This fall, Jeffrey Berman, Anne Goodchild and Edward Kolodziej share their expertise in three lectures that address stronger, sustainable cities. Learn more »

Photo of Husky fans with megaphonesCEE Tailgate Party: Save the Date!

Alumni, grab your Husky gear and join us for a tailgate party before the Huskies Homecoming game against OSU on Saturday, October 22. Learn more »


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Student Success: William Currier's NASA Fellowship

Thanks to a NASA Fellowship, graduate student William Currier will improve water forecasting by more accurately predicting the amount of water stored as snow in forested areas.

A Breath of Fresh Air: Meet Julian Marshall

An air pollution researcher, Professor Julian Marshall joined the UW Civil & Environmental Engineering Department in February 2016 as the John R. Kiely Endowed Professor.

Mobile Sensing Technology Gets a Green Light
to Improve Bus Service

Newly patented technology will soon be applied to large-scale transit networks, making it easier and less expensive than ever to learn about bus rider travel patterns and improve service.

Oceanographer Nirnimesh Kumar Joins UW CEE

UW CEE welcomes new faculty member Nirnimesh Kumar. A coastal physical oceanographer, Kumar researches how circulation patterns impact contaminants in water.

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