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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More than 1,300 people gathered for the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering graduation ceremony to celebrate 270 graduates on June 12, 2016.
The UW Concrete Canoe Team claimed 10th place at the National Concrete Canoe Competition at UT Tyler, Texas, this past weekend on June 9-11, 2016.
The UW CEE Community celebrates the retirements of two faculty members. Mark Benjamin retires after 39 years with the department and David Stensel retires after 32 years.
The first geotechnical engineer to receive the award, UW CEE Professor Steve Kramer has been honored with the 2016 Nigel Priestley Prize.
UW CEE's Concrete Canoe Team is featured in an article on the UW Homepage. The 40-member student team has earned a strong reputation over the years, winning numerous competitions.
An expert on the anticipated environmental impact of self-driving cars, Assistant Professor Don MacKenzie’s research was featured in The New York Times and more than 500 other news outlets.
Ph.D. student Ruimin Ke, from the STAR Lab, was featured on KIRO 7 for his work on a collision avoidance project, which warns bus drivers when cars, pedestrians and cyclists get dangerously close.