University of Virginia faculty members are helping Virginia’s coastal communities rise to the challenge of encroaching seas – especially in heavily populated areas such as the one shown above in Norfolk. The Hampton Roads region faces some of the highest sea-level rise rates in the world.
It sounds futuristic, but experts at the University of Virginia are already thinking about the implications as companies like Google, Amazon, Uber and Tesla design and test their first self-driving cars.
CEE Graduate Newsletter - February 2017
The Road Ahead: UVA Engineering Tapped to Help Plan Future of Transportation
The top transportation office selected the University of Virginia as one of 18 institutions from throughout the country to be designated as a “Beyond Traffic Innovation Center.” With this designation, UVA – particularly its School of Engineering and Applied Science – will lend its expertise to contribute to research focused on addressing the nation’s biggest transportation challenges.
New Career and Summer Internship Opportunities Posted
See the Careers menu drop-down for new career and summer internship opportunities for 2017!
Keep Your Job, Earn a Master's in Engineering - and Perhaps a Promotion
The School of Engineering’s online graduate programs allows people with engineering backgrounds to earn a master’s degree without leaving their jobs.
PureMadi Founder Jim Smith Ready To Transform The Future Of Water Purification
University of Virginia civil and environmental engineer Jim Smith may have found a solution.
Professor: Civil Engineering is About Way More Than Just Building Roads
Through teaching and research, CEE professor, Donna Chen, is striving to find solutions to the transportation problems of today.
CEE Fall 2016 News
See the latest news going on the Civil and Environmental Engineering department in this new brochure
UVA Engineering Video
See the work of CEE faculty Devin Harris and Osman Ozbulut, along with their graduate students, highlighted in the UVA Engineering video
CEE Informational Brochure
Quick information about the department, majoring in civil engineering, pursuing a graduate degree, and faculty opportunities
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