The impacts of air pollution on communities living near airports are no longer up in the air, thanks to breakthrough research by professor Tim Larson.
Researchers have found that consuming certain aquatic organisms from arsenic-contaminated urban lakes in Puget Sound elevates cancer risk.
A bumpy journey turned to smoother sailing after engineers decided to utilize research from CEE’s Structural Research Laboratory for the new Mukilteo Ferry Terminal.
Department chair Laura Lowes reflects on a year of remote learning, significant research activities and how the CEE community is taking concrete steps toward a more diverse and inclusive department.
To create a more diverse, inclusive and equitable environment, several new initiatives have been implemented thanks to the work of the Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Committee.
This spring, the CEE community remembers two emeritus faculty who passed away this year: Dave Stensel and Richard Bogan. Both will be fondly remembered by colleagues, students and the research community.
From SCTL’s sustainable last-mile delivery project to RAPID Center researchers gathering post-wildfire data, CEE’s centers continue to have notable impact.
Alumna Kris Betty is honored for her work to improve the civil engineering field by increasing public agencies’ confidence in the construction management process.
It’s an out-of-this-world accomplishment: Two CEE alumni took first place in a NASA contest to design a better toilet for astronauts to use on the moon.
CEE researchers have genetically engineered switchgrass to remove an explosive and toxic chemical from the soil and have also uncovered air pollution exposure disparities among people of color.
Congratulations to students and faculty who have received awards, scholarships and other honors.