People are our priority. The world is our laboratory.

        

Georgia Tech's School of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) is committed to engineering fundamentals, state-of-the-art technology, hands-on instruction, and interdisciplinary research to solve problems that are critical to quality of life.

Nowhere is this philosophy better articulated than in the 2013 Commencement Address given by graduating masters student and Marshall Scholar, Jacob Tzegaegbe.

We Are CEERead All

Aaron Costin using NSF grant to track buildings

Doctoral student Aaron M. Costin has a good handle on the whole “work/life balance” dilemma: the construction engineering researcher paints and runs an art studio on the side. Read More

Sam Gil MSCE '13: Finding the answers as a forensic engineer

Sam Gil, MSCE '13, always knew he wanted to be a civil engineer, but it wasn’t until the last semester of his CEE graduate program that he fine-tuned his career focus. Read More