The world needs civil engineers. We are the people who build elegant bridges spanning great distances, deliver clean water to millions of people, identify the best way to route billions of dollars in goods and design next-generation renewable energy systems.
At the University of Rhode Island Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, you’ll find undergraduate and graduate programs focused on preparing you to solve society’s challenges. Our program offers a unique blend of classroom and hands-on learning with internships available at many private companies and at the R.I. Department of Transportation. We also offer a multitude of student groups and honors societies that provide opportunities to build leadership skills and gain real-world experience.
Our graduates work across the world as leaders improving our infrastructure and transportation systems, cleaning the air and the water and, ultimately, advancing civilization and improving our quality of life.
WTS-Rhode Island is accepting applications for high school, junior college, undergraduate and graduate level scholarships. The chapter will award one $1,000 undergraduate scholarship and one $1,000 graduate scholarship to a female student pursuing a degree in a transportation related field. The deadline is Dec. 14.
Water quality isn’t a topic most Americans think about until a crisis occurs, like the one that took place in Flint, MI last year. However, Joseph Goodwill, who has joined the faculty of URI’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering this fall, has tackled the subject head-on.
Congratulations to Aaron Bradshaw, who has been promoted to associate professor. Faculty members Jason Dahl (Ocean Engineering) and Tao Wei (Electrical, Computer and Biomedical Engineering) were also promoted. “The promotion means a great deal to me because I worked very hard for it,” said Bradshaw. “In the next few years I hope to do research […]