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2013 Alumni Seminar Series
fly ashFor the past seven years, the department has offered continuing education seminars for our graduates. Alumni seminars are held in Dallas, Houston, Austin, and San Antonio. Reconnect with CAEE alumni, learn about ongoing research related to concrete materials, and earn 1.0 PDH...continue reading


Developing Threat Assessment Software
eric sammarcoThe concern over bridge vulnerability in the US has grown at an accelerated rate over the past ten years. This distress is caused by more than just accumulated wear and tear on infrastructure. The rise in domestic and international terrorist threats and activities has motivated significant interest in bridge-specific protective design....continue reading


Department Awards
students at banquetThe following student and faculty awards were presented at the 11th annual Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering Spring Banquet earlier this month at the Etter-Harbin Alumni Center.... continue reading
Undergraduate Advisory Board

students visiting cathedralThe CAEE Undergraduate Advisory Board seeks to enhance the undergraduate experience for civil and architectural engineers. Field trips, guest speakers, other activities involving civil and architectural engineering.... continue reading

The Legacy Campaign

Brady CoxWe have a bold vision to compete for the world’s brightest student leaders. Recognizing our need to support human capital and our commitment to preparing for our future, CAEE is launching the Legacy Campaign, an alumni effort to honor the vision and accomplishments of the faculty who built our department... continue reading

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