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.
CEE Department Chair Bill Likos welcomes graduates, family, faculty, and friends in celebrating student achievements at the 2019 CEE/GLE Winter Commencement Brunch.
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.
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.
This year marks a significant milestone for the University, College, and Department—join us as we celebrate the 150th anniversary of civil engineering at UW-Madison! From groundbreaking research to distinguished alumni and students, we are excited to honor the people and moments that have brought the Wisconsin Idea to life and illustrated what it means to be a Badger Engineer.
As a member of the CEE community, we want to hear your story! Tell us about your experience for a chance to win a CEE gift.
The Civil & Environmental Engineering 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 – Professional Program 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.
Save the Date
The UW-Madison ASCE Student Chapter and the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering are excited to host the 2020 Great Lakes Student Conference on April 2-4. The event is expected to draw approximately 550 participants from 19 universities to compete in a set of civil engineering-based competitions including the Concrete Canoe Competition. Sponsorships, donations, and volunteer support are essential to ensure the success of this event.
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Join Badgers around the world to support the people, places, and programs that make the University of Wisconsin-Madison a leading educational institution.
Reconnect with the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department and fellow alumni with a host of activities on campus including:
- ASCE Concrete Canoe Nationals Display
- Tour of Engineering Hall and the new Jun & Sandy Lee Wisconsin Structures and Materials Testing Laboratory
- State of the Department Update from new Department Chair Bill Likos
- Networking at our favorite Regent Street hangouts
Contact Amanda Thuss to join our email list and stay up-to-date with the latest event information.
The UW-Madison ASCE Student Chapter and Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering will host the ASCE National Concrete Canoe Competition on June 13-15, 2020. This event serves as a hands-on opportunity for students to gain practical experience while building leadership and project management skills. Learn more about event sponsorship opportunities and benefits.
Join us for a day of fun and networking at Pleasant View Golf Course during the 24th Annual CEE Golf Outing! Show your support for the CEE Badger community and help us raise important funds to strengthen the CEE student experience by choosing from a variety of sponsorship packages for golfers and non-golfers alike. Click here to register and learn more.
Join us as we honor members of the CEE Badger alumni community and their accomplishments during a luncheon at Blackhawk Country Club. Additional information and a link to register will be available in August.
Contact Amanda Thuss with questions or to have your name added to our Engineers’ Day email list.
Each fall, the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department and Geological Engineering Program hosts a Scholarship Banquet. This event honors the achievements of our scholarship recipients and serves as an opportunity to thank the generous sponsors that make our scholarship program possible. Event details and registration information will be available in September.
Contact Amanda Thuss (firstname.lastname@example.org) for additional information.