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.

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Putting concrete to the test: Mitchell McKay

Graduate student Mitchell McKay is scheduled to receive his master’s in structural engineering on Dec. 14, but the 24-year-old Macon native figures he’s got a little more work to do. “I’m a non-thesis grad student, so this... Read More

Ulysses Grady: Reaping the rewards of hard work

In 1979, when Ulysses Grady was getting ready to graduate from Georgia Tech the first time, he had a serious choice to make. “It was either go to Meharry School of Dentistry on a full scholarship, or go back to Tech for a master’s in... Read More