CEE Endowed Lectures
Throughout the academic year, UW CEE is pleased to offer three annual endowed lectures supported by generous donors. The lectures provide an opportunity for the greater UW CEE community of alums, students, faculty and friends to gather for an educational and social event. Lectures are free and open to the public.
Annual endowed lectures
Learn more about CEE’s three endowed lectures, each of which features an annual lecture.
- Steve and Sylvia Burges Endowed Lecture
- Edward Wenk, Jr. Endowed Lecture
- Daniel L. and Irma Evans Endowed Lecture
Upcoming lecture: 2019 Evans Lecture
Featuring Secretary of Transportation Roger Millar, Washington State Department of Transportation
Thursday, May 9, 3:30pm
Kane Hall, Room 220
Reception to follow in Kane Hall, Walker Ames Room.
Free and open to the public. No RSVP required.
Moving Washington Forward
Washington state’s economy, its people and their quality of life depend on a multimodal, integrated transportation system that works for all of its users, regardless of age, ability or economic status. Secretary of Transportation Roger Millar will discuss the Washington State Department of Transportation’s role as stewards of the state’s $200 billion investment in transportation and how the agency is managing today’s challenges – congestion, system preservation, land use, workforce and more. Millar also takes a look ahead to future transportation trends including system resilience, alternative energy, new and emerging technology, as well as funding and investment priorities.
Learn more about the Evans Lecture.