The water you drink, the pavement you drive on, the air you breathe—the work of civil and environmental engineers literally surrounds us. As we face mounting environmental and infrastructure challenges, civil and environmental engineers of the future will have enormous impact on our communities and around the world. Learn more >>
From the development of advanced traffic information systems to sustainable construction practices and new concepts in water management, our faculty and students are finding solutions to the engineering challenges of the present and the future. Our students and faculty work in a collaborative environment, with partnerships across campus and with government and industry. Learn more >>
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The BS program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET http://www.abet.org/
The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) recently awarded a $5.2 million grant to the Pacific Northwest Transportation Consortium (PacTrans) for multi-university research in traffic safety, led by the UW.
Dr. Joseph Wartman, CEE associate professor, co-led a research team that released a geological study concluding the March 22 landslide that killed 43 people in the rural Washington state community of Oso involved the “remobilization” of a 2006 landslide on the same hillside.
Esri hosted the Climate Resilience App Challenge March 9 through June 2, 2014. The challenge called for developers to create desktop, web, or mobile apps that enable communities to see, understand, and prepare for a more resilient and sustainable future.