What does it mean to be an engineer? At UConn, being an engineer means being part of a vibrant community of learners working together to find creative solutions to real-world problems. In an age of increasingly complex challenges, engineering is a discipline that is constantly evolving. That’s why you’ll find our faculty and students engaged in cutting-edge research aimed at making our world a better place to live.

What opportunities await you at UConn? What new discoveries are still to be made? What problems are yet to be solved? Whether you are a high school, undergraduate, or aspiring graduate student, I hope you will find answers to these questions as you browse our pages.

Welcome to UConn Civil and Environmental Engineering! 

To view or download the presentation from this year's CEE Open House, click here.

Emmanouil Anagnostou

Upcoming Events

PhD Thesis Defense:
08/23/19 - 2:00 p.m., CAST 306 - Yagmur Derin
Characterization and Modeling of Satellite-Based Precipitation Uncertainty over Complex Terrain 
Abstract 

Masters Thesis Defense:
08/30/19 - 1:00 p.m., CAST 306 - Benjamin Bruciati
Advancements in Novel Material RFID-Based Crack Sensing and Bridge Weigh-in-Motion
Abstract

CEE Freshman Orientation Ice Cream Social:
09/05/19 - 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m., Werth Tower Engineering House Community, Room 013