Welcome to the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering with over 125 years of international reputation in multidisciplinary education and research.
The Department is well-known both nationally and internationally for its high quality of research and teaching.
Formerly know as the "Department of Civil Engineering" we decided on the name change to better reflect our increasing breadth of activity which has seen significant developments over recent years.
A unique feature is our strong link to industry and public bodies, which is integral to our approach to research, education and knowledge exchange.
Fully-funded PhD Studentships
The Department is seeking applicants for some fully-funded PhD Studentships. For Project Descriptions and information on how to apply follow this.
Smart Paint developed by department researchers could revolutionise structural safety! full story
Images of Research 2013
Four of our researchers had images shortlisted in this years competition.
One was a category winner! full story
Annual Lecture 2014
You are invited to our annual lecture
'How major transport infrastructure is developing & the outlook for the future' to be given by Douglas E Oakervee on Tuesday 11th March.
Find out more and register here.
As part of the 125th birthday celebrations, the Jan-April 2014 research seminar series is made up exclusively of alumni speakers, reflecting the rich history of the department. Please register to attend. See programme here...
Departmental research receives widespread media coverage after finding Legionella in a significant number of commercial compost products. more here
Teaching Excellence Awards
Staff member, Mr Andrew Briggs awarded Best Teacher in the Faculty. full story
Our undergraduates take part in events and win awards outwith the Department. We congratulate them and present a short list of recent successes
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