Congratulations to CEE faculty members promoted in recognition of their hard work and achievements: Jeffrey Berman, Michael Motley, Stephen Muench, Rebecca Neumann and Bart Nijssen.
A new India study abroad program empowers students to tackle grand challenges. The Grand Challenges Impact Lab (GCIL): India launched in winter 2018, enabling 17 students to problem-solve big issues facing humanity.
As the name implies, the “New Voices in Sciences, Engineering and Medicine” initiative will encourage dialogue aimed at strengthening the Science, Engineering and Medicine community.
UW CEE welcomes alumnus Lee Marsh (Ph.D. ’91) as the keynote speaker at the department's graduation ceremony on June 10. Marsh serves as president/CEO of BergerABAM.
Transportation researchers find that a smart locker system can drastically reduce delivery time in Seattle, the fourth most congested city in the country.
Stretching whale blubber to determine how pliable it is enables Ph.D. student Molly Grear to assess how marine mammals may be impacted by the spinning blades of tidal turbines, an emerging form of renewable energy.
The UW Concrete Canoe Team is hot this year and it has nothing to do with their volcano theme. Competing against 13 other teams, they won the ASCE Pacific Northwest Student Conference Concrete Canoe Competition.
The UW CEE community fondly remembers an exemplary colleague, friend and mentor who helped advance and grow the department in numerous ways. Professor emeritus Scott Rutherford passed away on April 28, 2018.
When it comes to advising undergraduates, CEE students are in good hands. And those hands belong to lead academic adviser Mariko Navin, who is honored with the 2018 UW College of Engineering Professional Staff Award.
While it’s big news that the UW Steel Bridge Team is heading to nationals, the even bigger news is that this is the first time in more than 20 years! The team took second place overall at the regional competition in early April.
If you’re a graduate student, receiving a NSF Graduate Research Fellowship is kind of like winning the lottery. Except that instead of luck, hard work is involved. Meet four recipients from UW CEE.
Join us for the 2018 Evans Lecture on May 3, featuring Dr. Bridget Scanlon from The University of Texas at Austin. Scanlon will discuss using satellites vs. models to evaluate global water resources.
For utilizing Google Street View Cars to gather air pollution data and create the largest dataset of its kind, researchers including professor Julian Marshall received the ES&T 2017 Best Environmental Technology Paper.
Snow school is cool on many levels. CEE students attended a snow measurement field school in the Colorado Rocky Mountains where they learned about fundamental concepts and practices of snow hydrology.
Forty people in a small Nicaraguan village now know the luxury of running water, thanks to the work of students involved in Engineers Without Borders.
Energy conservation came to life for many students during winter quarter when solar panels on the roof of More Hall harvested energy from the sun to power everyday office equipment, from a desktop computer to a table lamp.
In early March, professor Steve Kramer was presented with the 2018 H. Bolton Seed Medal by the American Society of Civil Engineers in recognition of outstanding career accomplishments in geotechnical engineering.
A new type of sustainable wood has numerous benefits: it is fire-resistant, stronger than conventional timber and reduces atmospheric carbon. Another benefit, which CEE researchers are exploring, is earthquake resiliency.
UW CEE graduate programs are not only good- they're equally good! Both the civil engineering and environmental engineering programs received #17 rankings by U.S. News & World Report for the best graduate programs in 2019.
UW CEE researchers have designed a new concrete-filled steel tube (CFST) frame system, which offers increased strength and provides an alternative, innovative approach to accelerated bridge construction.
Seismologist Lucy Jones presents "Life Safety In The City: When There Is More To Life Than Not Being Crushed" on March 19. Jones has been called the “Beyoncé of earthquakes" and the "Meryl Streep of government service.”
A team of researchers led by CEE assistant professor David Shean plans to build a digital glacier time machine in order to better understand regional climate change, water resources and natural hazards.
Two CEE students are redefining the meaning of “women’s work.” Amy Moore and Sidney Hutchison are helping to usher in the next generation of females in the heavy civil construction field, which is largely dominated by men.
Associate professor Bart Nijssen and research scientist and graduate student Oriana Chegwidden received the 2017 Administrator’s Excellence Awards-Exceptional Public Service to BPA Award.
Getting packages in the hands of online shoppers while alleviating traffic congestion is the goal of a team of UW CEE researchers who are addressing the complicated last leg of urban deliveries called "The Final 50 Feet."