Up to eight teams will take home cash prizes in the 2022 Innovation in CEE Competition, sponsored by The Boldt Company. This competition is open to all CEE and GLE undergraduate students and you must register by November 24 to compete.
Congrats to 2021 AISC Undergraduate Fellowship Recipient, Eddie Elder! With guidance from Professor Hannah Blum, Eddie is helping create an augmented reality program to improve the speed and accuracy of steel fabrication.
GLE Badger Josh Cook enjoys a rewarding career as a project manager in the field of renewable energy. Among his most recent projects is the O’Brien Solar Fields, which is the largest solar array in Dane County at 160 acres and over 60,000 panels. Click here to learn more.
Congratulations to CEE grad student Sarah Alexander, winner of an Outstanding Student Presentation Award for her talk during the AGU fall 2020 meeting!
From the roads we drive on to the water we drink, civil and environmental engineers play an important and transformational role in society. With several academic degree programs, research opportunities, and a welcoming community of faculty and staff, the UW-Madison CEE Department is home to the resources and guidance that prepares students for rewarding careers.
- Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
- Bachelor of Science in Geological Engineering
- Bachelor of Science in Environmental 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
* GRE scores are not required for students applying to Civil and Environmental Engineering graduate programs (MS or PhD) for spring, summer, or fall 2022 admission due the COVID-19 pandemic.
CEE faculty and students engage in research in several focus areas under three primary themes of mobility, water, and building with cross-cutting areas of infrastructure, energy, and the environment. Research opportunities are available for both graduate and undergraduate students.
Prior to fall graduation at the Kohl Center, we will gather with our graduating students and their guests for breakfast in the lobby of Engineering Hall. Students and their guests are welcome at no cost. Additional detail and a link to register will be provided to students via email on November 23.
Please contact Amanda Thuss, firstname.lastname@example.org, with any questions.
This competition is the first of its kind to focus on developing new materials, technologies, and solutions for today’s evolving civil and environmental engineering challenges. Now in its third year, Innovation in CEE encourages UW-Madison students to think outside the box and celebrates the entrepreneurial spirit of the Badger engineering community. Previous winning entries have included the application of food production byproducts as an alternative to rock salt for deicing and a modular data acquisition device.
Up to eight teams will take home cash prizes, and the competition is open to all CEE and GLE undergraduate students.