Donors, faculty, staff, project partners, and friends of the UW-Madison College of Engineering gathered to celebrate the grand opening of the Jun and Sandy Lee Wisconsin Structures and Materials Testing Laboratory on October 23, 2019.
Daniel Wright, an assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering, published results of his latest study in July 2019 in the American Geophysical Union’s Geophysical Research Letters.
UW-Alumn and scholarship donor Dean Arnold (left) joins Eva Luba, Thomas Thelen, and Department Chair Bill Likos (right) during the 2019 CEE and GLE Scholarship Banquet. A total of 54 scholarships totally over $214,000 were awarded during the October 24th event.
The Innovation in CEE Competition is focused on developing new materials, technologies, and solutions within various areas of civil engineering. Undergraduate CEE and GLE students can access the online registration form at https://innovationcee.wisc.edu/ until December 20th
Professor Daniel Noguera and graduate student Miguel Perez have helped demonstrate how the soil bacterium N. aromaticivorans could turn a renewable source — lignin from plant cells — into a replacement for petroleum-based plastics.
The department offers several academic degree programs:
- Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
- Bachelor of Science in Geological Engineering
- Master of Science or PhD in Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Master of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering– Accelerated Option
- Master of Science or PhD in Geological Engineering
- Master of Science or PhD in Environmental Chemistry and Technology
- Online Master of Engineering in Environmental Engineering
Research and Initiatives
CEE faculty and students engage in research in several focus areas under our three primary themes of Mobility, Water, and Building with cross-cutting areas of Infrastructure, Energy, and the Environment.
Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral Degree Ceremony
All graduating CEE and GLE students and their families are invited to a breakfast celebration at Union South prior to the commencement ceremony at the Kohl Center. Event details and registration information will be made available in November. Please contact Amanda Thuss, firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
The Innovation in CEE Competition is focused on developing new materials, technologies, and solutions within various areas of civil engineering. Undergraduate CEE and GLE students can access the online registration form to sign up their teams until December 20th. The competition takes place in April 2020, and more information on the rules and timeline of the event can be found here.