Steve Kramer NAE induction
In early October, Professor Emeritus Steve Kramer was officially inducted into the National Academy of Engineering, one of the highest professional distinctions in engineering for contributions to geotechnical earthquake engineering.
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
Wenk Endowed Lecture
An open energy outlook
Join us for the annual Wenk Lecture, featuring Paulina Jaramillo from Carnegie Mellon University. She will discuss achieving carbon neutrality to mitigate the worst effects of climate change on Monday, December 5, 3:30pm.
Paving the way: Joe Mahoney retires
Retiring after more than 40 years in academia, Professor Joe Mahoney leaves a legacy of advancements in transportation-related infrastructure and also established the department's first remote learning master's program more than 20 years ago.
Northwestern tribal transportation center
To support tribal communities in the Pacific Northwest with technical transportation needs, from administering public transit to enhancing safety and infrastructure, the Northwestern Tribal Technical Assistance Program center will be headquartered in UW CEE.
Comparing clean air strategies
A CEE-led research team compared strategies for reducing fine particulate matter pollution disparities across the contiguous U.S. While two approaches based on the Clean Air Act didn’t get rid of disparities, a community-specific approach eliminated pollution disparities.
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Alder Hall - Alder Hall Auditorium - Alder Hall, 1315 NE Campus Pkwy, Seattle, WA 98105
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
12:00 am - 12:00 am
New faculty spotlight
CEE Assistant Professor
“I’m especially excited to engage with our students and to help them explore how they can approach equity and justice in their work and as global citizens.”
New faculty, new classes
Joining the CEE Department this autumn as an Assistant Professor, Bethany Gordon will be introducing two new classes to the department’s course offerings: a behavioral design class in the winter and an engineering justice class in the spring.Read more