UW CEE graduate programs continue to be ranked highly in U.S. News & World Report’s 2021 Best Graduate School rankings.
In light of the emerging COVID-19 situation around the world and country, the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) has announced the cancellation of all remaining student conferences and competitions for the 2019-2020 school year. As a result, the upcoming regional competition in April, hosted by the UW ASCE student chapter, will no longer be taking place.
Under typical conditions, Seattle has some of the most congested traffic in the nation. CEE researchers are working to investigate reasons for these delays by inviting the public to share their experiences in a survey.
Without cuts to our carbon emissions, a team of researchers including CEE's Jessica Lundquist expect that snow in the subalpine meadows will melt months earlier, causing visitors to miss Mount Rainier's iconic wildflowers.
To democratize air pollution data, CEE researchers helped launch a first-of-its-kind publicly available database that provides access to information about air pollution concentrations and economic damages caused by exposure.
CEE professor Yinhai Wang has been elected a fellow of the American Society of Civil Engineers, an honor reserved for a small percentage of members based on professional accomplishments.
Information about the role that waves play in the changing Arctic's coastline is rolling in after UW CEE researchers spent a month at sea collecting data, which they hope will improve the accuracy of climate models.
CEE chair and professor Laura Lowes has been selected as the recipient of the 2020 PSEC Academic Engineer of the Year Award in recognition of her significant contributions to the state of earthquake engineering practice.
UW researchers share new results about how midrise to tall buildings would fare in simulated magnitude 9 earthquakes at the AAAS annual meeting.
CEE professor Steve Kramer has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering, one of the highest professional distinctions in engineering, for “contributions to geotechnical earthquake engineering, including liquefaction, seismic stability and seismic site response.”
Resumes at the ready, more than 300 CEE students attended the 14th annual CEE Career Fair. This year’s event saw record attendance from industry members, with more than 92 companies participating.
It’s possible to learn about sustainable building materials in a classroom setting. But now, it’s also possible to learn about this important topic while immersed in a bamboo “Green Village” in Indonesia, thanks to a new Engineering Indonesia: Green Building in the Global South study abroad program.
The community surrounding SeaTac Airport has long wondered if air pollution caused by aircraft is reaching nearby residential areas. Thanks to UW researchers, including professor Tim Larson, new findings have landed.
To inspire children, especially those from underrepresented and diverse backgrounds, to pursue careers in the sciences, professor Faisal Hossain is developing picture books as part of a New Voices storytelling initiative.
CEE professor Anne Goodchild presented testimony on December 5 at a joint hearing before the U.S. House Subcommittee on Highways and Transit and the Subcommittee on Railroads, Pipelines and Hazardous Materials.
Warmer temperatures expected under most climate change projections can lead to higher concentrations of arsenic in rice, according to a new study by researchers including CEE faculty Rebecca Neumann and Stuart Strand.
A team of UW researchers led by CEE professor Julian Marshall has found that air pollution from electricity generation emissions led to about 16,000 premature deaths in the continental U.S. in 2014.
A UW research team including CEE faculty Jim Thomson and Nirnimesh Kumar departs aboard a research vessel from Alaska to study fall storms, dwindling sea ice and vulnerable coastlines in a changing Arctic.
Using an autonomous surfboard called the Wave Glider, UW researchers led by CEE faculty Jim Thomson are investigating the Antarctic Peninsula to better understand how the warming ocean interacts with ice shelves.
Using groundbreaking cloud computing methods, CEE assistant professor David Shean has pioneered a new way to quantify glacial retreat and more accurately measure how glaciers are responding to climate change.
There’s a first time for everything, including an award. Assistant professor Jessica Kaminsky is the inaugural recipient of the Engineering Project Organization Society’s Levitt Young Scholar Award.