About Civil and Environmental Engineering

Civil and Environmental engineers are actively engaged in all efforts to predict, minimize the effect of, and retrofit or repair the infrastructure affected by events that include  global climate change, environmental pollution crises, water shortage crises, non-sustainable energy practices, transportation planning and land use. The Civil & Environmental Engineering (CEE) Department continues to address these global challenges through its didactic and research missions. Through our accredited Civil Engineering (CE) and Environmental Engineering (ENVE) programs, we educate and prepare engineers to face major societal challenges, and the CEE faculty members perform cutting-edge research to develop new solutions to global problems.
 

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For general inquiries for the department, please send them to:

E-mail: cee-info@engr.uconn.edu

Civil & Environmental Engineering

University of Connecticut
261 Glenbrook Road  Unit 3037
Storrs, CT  06269-3037

Telephone: (860) 486-2992
Facsimile: (860) 486-2298

 
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  • 09:30-10:30
    2018.10.11

    Event Scheduled for Oct 11, 2018

     

    Event: G. Michael Howard Engineering Education Lectureship – Lucas Landherr, Northeastern University

    Location: Student Union Theater

    Time: 09:30 am

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    Please join us for the –

    G. Michael Howard Engineering Education Lecture presents Lucas Landherr, Northeastern University

    Thursday, October 11, 2018
    9:30 am
    Student Union Theater
    Storrs, CT

    Dr. Lucas Landherr is an associate teaching professor of chemical engineering at Northeastern University. He received his B.S. in chemical engineering from Lafayette College and his Ph.D. from Cornell University. Dr. Landherr conducts engineering education research into novel teaching techniques for undergraduate and K-12 STEM education. He has focused on the development of comics to teach complex science and engineering concepts through collaboration with professional and student artists, and his comics have been adopted by colleges throughout the U.S. as well as in the U.K., Belgium, and Denmark. Dr. Landherr is currently a regular contributor to the Chemical Engineering Education journal, producing the Drawn To Engineering comic. He has received several teaching awards from Northeastern and ASEE, and was honored as one of AIChE’s 35 Under 35 in 2017.

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    Sponsored By: Deanery Office

  • 18:00-20:00
    2018.10.11

    Topic: Ethics and Professional Practice

    Instructor: Dr. Jin Zhu

    Location: KNS 116

    Time: Thursday, October 11th 6-8PM

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  • 12:20-13:10
    2018.10.12

    Speaker: Dr. Rich Christenson

    Title: The Role of Structural Engineering in Realizing Sustainable Urban Infrastructure

    Time: Oct. 12, Friday 12:20 – 13:10

    Location: MONT225

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  • 12:20-13:10
    2018.10.15

    Speaker: Dr. Lisa Aultman-Hall, Professor, University of Vermont; Dr. Jeffrey LaMondia, Associate Professor, Auburn University

    Title: Completing the Regional, National and Global Transportation Planning Picture by Capturing Long Distance Travel Patterns

    Time: Monday, October 15, 2018, 12:20 – 1:10 PM

    Location: EII 322

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  • 18:00-20:00
    2018.10.15

    Topic: Fluid Mechanics

    Instructor: Dr. Zoi Dokou

    Location: CAST201

    Time: Monday, October 15th 6-8PM

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Upcoming Events 

Oct 11: SU Theater, G. Michael Howard Engineering Education Lectureship, Dr. Lucas Landherr, Northeastern University, read more.
Oct 11: KNS116, Chi Epsilon Review Session 1, Dr. Jin Zhu, UConn.
Oct 12: MONT225, CE5010 Seminar in Structures and Applied Mechanics, Dr. Rich Christenson.
Oct 12: SU Ballroom, ENVE/NRE Graduate Student Poster Session.
Oct 15: CAST201, Chi Epsilon Review Session 2, Dr. Zoi Dokou, UConn.
Oct 15: EII322, CE5030 Seminar in Transportation, Dr. Lisa Aultman-Hall, University of Vermont; Dr. Jeffrey LaMondia, Auburn University, read more.