CEE students Mohammed Elnur and Mohammed Safi revealed an unknown feature of sand degradation at a national research center in Chicago, which tweeted a photo of their experiment.
Civil engineering comes in as the 35th best public engineering graduate program while the college ranks 32nd overall in latest US News and World Report ranking.
CEE is happy to announce the hire of Andy Baker, who began as CEE’s new technical manager on May 1. […]
CEE Professors Angel Palomino and Kim Carter, along with CEE Instructor Jenny Retherford, and graduate students Laura Matzek, Katie Manz, […]
On January 21, middle-schoolers from across the state converged at UT to participate in the 25th Anniversary Future City Competition […]
Ziwen Ling, a PhD. Candidate in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE), has become one of three winners […]
Edna Marjean Evans died peacefully in her sleep on August 26, 2016. She served as head secretary in the Civil […]
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Smart Communities Initiative was honored today by its past and continuing partner, the Southeast Tennessee […]
Germany and Austria were still occupied by Allied forces, Hawaii and Alaska weren’t yet states, and chimpanzees—let alone humans—had not […]
Professor Edwin Burdette is honoring after 50 years teaching at UT. His impact is far and wide, and we’re requesting […]