Congratulations to UW CEE's 323 graduates, who were honored on Sunday, June 11 at the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering graduation ceremony!
Ph.D. student Molly Grear won first place at UW’s inaugural Three Minute Thesis Competition, impressing judges with her energetic storytelling about her research on the environmental impacts of marine renewable energy.
Alumna Tina Soike was selected by the UW Alumni Association to serve as a Guardian of the Gonfalon at this year's UW commencement ceremony, which entailed participating in the commencement procession.
From clean water to electricity, Engineers Without Borders student team is working to meet basic needs in a small village in Nicaragua, where 18 homes are not connected to the primary water system due to lack of water pressure.
Congratulations to CEE faculty members promoted in recognition of their hard work and achievements: Anne Goodchild, Heidi Gough, Alex Horner-Devine, Faisal Hossain, Jessica Lundquist and Joe Wartman.
UW CEE's alumni newsletter, The Bridge, details department news and updates. The Spring 2017 edition is now available!
Delivering items by drone may be better for the environment than trucks in some instances, according to new research led by associate professor Anne Goodchild.
The UW CEE Steel Bridge Team had a strong finish at the ASCE/AISC Student Steel Bridge Competition- PCN Regionals. Out of 14 teams, they placed eighth overall and took third place in the vertical load testing category.
UW CEE welcomes alumnus Simon Cheong (BSCE ’81) as this year's keynote speaker at the department's graduation ceremony on June 11. Cheong serves as the Chairman and CEO of SC Global Developments in Singapore.
In recognition of his strong commitment to community service, Allan Osberg, BSCE ’45, was honored with a 2017 UW Diamond Award for Distinguished Service.
Professor Steve Kramer has been honored with a second Norman Medal. In the history of the award, which dates back to 1874, only a handful of people have been honored more than once.
Ph.D. student Julian Yamaura’s commitment to inspiring the next generation of engineers hasn’t gone unnoticed. In recognition of his efforts, he has been honored with the UW College of Engineering Student Teaching Award.
The UW CEE Concrete Canoe Team is all a buzz. And it’s not because their theme this year is coffee. The team claimed first place at the ASCE Regional Concrete Canoe Competition in Boise, Idaho, on April 22-23. The team’s fifth consecutive year winning regionals, they will once again compete in the upcoming national competition.
Former UW CEE professor Richard Palmer was elected a distinguished member of ASCE. Only 228 of ASCE’s current 150,000 members have received the honor.
The ability to more accurately and quickly identify rockfall hazards on roadways is now possible, thanks to technology developed by researchers including associate professor Joe Wartman and alumna Lisa Dunham.
Congratulations to undergraduate seniors Esther Chang and Trevor Renken, who were honored with Husky 100 Awards in recognition of their performance both inside and outside the classroom!
Congratulations to Greg Miller for receiving the David B. Thorud Leadership Award, which honors two University of Washington leaders who champion positive change in our workplace, our state and throughout the world.
UW CEE’s inaugural student film contest was held on March 16. Congratulations to the winners of best in cinematography, best in public communication and best in creativity!
Professor Tim Larson is appointed interim department chair of UW Civil & Environmental Engineering, effective March 16. Former chair Greg Miller will be moving into a new role as Vice Dean for the UW College of Engineering.
UW CEE has the #12 best graduate program in environmental engineering and #16 best graduate program in civil engineering, according to U.S. News & World Report's latest rankings.
UW CEE welcomes incoming assistant professor Mike Gomez, who joins the geotechnical engineering research group, Gomez will continue his research investigating the use of chemical and biological processes in soils to develop new sustainable geotechnical technologies.
UW CEE alumna Deb Niemeier (Ph.D. ’94) has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering, one of the most prestigious honors in the engineering field. Niemeier is recognized for developing groundbreaking tools to improve the accuracy of estimating regional vehicle pollutants, which impact the health of minority populations that reside in close proximity to highways.
UW CEE is pleased to announce a new online Master of Science in Civil Engineering: Energy Infrastructure program, which will launch in autumn 2018. With a focus on energy infrastructure, the program will prepare students to plan, design, construct and manage energy related infrastructure projects.
From the Concrete Canoe and Steel Bridge teams to ASCE’s UW Chapter, four seniors share what it’s like leading CEE’s undergraduate student organizations, and what their goals are for the year.
The CEE Department welcomes incoming assistant professor Brett Maurer. In addition to teaching, Maurer will be advancing his research on geotechnical earthquake engineering with the goal of reducing the impacts of earthquakes on civil infrastructure, human life and the environment.