Staying afloat

UW researchers work to improve the health and living conditions of an impoverished floating community in the Amazon.

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India Impact

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India Impact

New India study abroad program empowers students to tackle grand challenges.

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Congratulations Civil & Environmental Engineering Graduates

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Congratulations Civil & Environmental Engineering Graduates

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Unpacking Traffic Congestion

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Unpacking Traffic Congestion

Transportation researchers find that a smart locker system can drastically reduce delivery time and traffic snarls.

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Water Works

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Students involved with Engineers Without Borders connect more Nicaraguan households to water

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Student Global Research Map

The Arctic Ocean, Jordan and Switzerland are just a few locations where UW CEE graduate students conduct research. Learn about global research projects underway.

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The Bridge Newsletter: Spring 2018

UW CEE's alumni newsletter, The Bridge, details department news and updates. The latest edition is now available!

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UW Civil & Environmental Engineering News & Events

20% Civil engineer job growth by 2022
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12% Environmental engineer job growth by 2024
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90% Student passage rate for Fundamentals of Engineering exam
#17 Environmental engineering graduate program
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#17 Civil engineering graduate program
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86% Undergraduates with internships