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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10(ish) questions with new faculty member Iris Tien

Iris Tien is the newest member of the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering faculty, joining the school this fall after completing her Ph.D. at the University of California, Berkeley. She took a few minutes recently to talk about her work... Read More

Four Tech grads from four different countries reunite in Atlanta for the first time in 50 years

The bonds of a Georgia Tech education are strong. So strong, in fact, that four graduate school classmates can scatter throughout the western hemisphere and, 50 years later, remain engaged in a deep and abiding friendship. It’s a friendship... Read More