Computing for the Environment
A new initiative that launched this summer to address climate change by bringing together researchers from CEE, The Allen School, the College of the Environment, and the eScience Institute.
Meet the chair: Bart Nijssen
With a variety of academic and industry experience — as well as a background in hydrology — Professor Bart Nijssen is well-prepared to take the helm of the department.Learn more
Trends in transportation
Burges Endowed Visiting Professor Stephen Boyles, from The University of Texas at Austin, will discuss using artificial intelligence techniques to improve traffic operations on Thursday, October 20, 3:30pm.
Wave sensors deployed to improve hurricane forecasts
UW CEE researchers including Ph.D. student Jacob Davis and Professor Jim Thomson deployed technology developed at UW off the coast of Florida to measure ocean waves in the path of Hurricane Ian.
A pathway to engineering
The Engineering Dean’s Scholars Program is making it possible for more Washington students, such as environmental engineering major Fiona Clayton, to become engineers.
New faculty Bethany Gordon
Joining the CEE Department this autumn as an Assistant Professor, Bethany Gordon’s focus area is currently at the intersection of the built environment, equity and behavioral science.
New faculty directs SCTL master’s program
It’s full speed ahead for Amelia Regan. After retiring from a 25-year career in academia, Regan is bringing her expertise and energy to a new role — as Director of the Supply Chain Transportation and Logistics (SCTL) master’s program and Associate Teaching Professor.
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Student Union Building (HUB)
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Kane Hall (KNE) - Kane Hall 130
3:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Bagley Hall, Room 154
New faculty spotlight
DEOHS & CEE
"I am trying to understand the transmission of pathogens in the environment in order to take more of a preventative approach and prevent illnesses.”
New faculty, new appointment
Incoming faculty member Erica Fuhrmeister will collaborate with environmental engineering researchers. She is working to understand the environmental transmission pathways of pathogens, particularly in low- and middle-income countries where lack of adequate sanitation often leads to the transfer of infectious diseases between animals and humans.Read more