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.
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.
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.
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.
Founded by CEE emeritus professor Mark Benjamin and alumnus Nathan Cai, MicroHAOPS is developing technology to significantly increase the rate at which water purification processes produce clean drinking water.
In the aftermath of the Central Mexico earthquake, a team of researchers including professor Pedro Arduino and Jake Dafni travel to Mexico to gather perishable data.