Civil & Environmental Engineering
Speed School prepares students for careers that solidify our infrastructure and protect the natural world. All of our degree programs – Bachelor of Science, Master of Engineering (MEng), Master of Science, and PhD in Civil Engineering – include opportunities for hands-on and experiential learning.
At KYTC, I learned that there are a great many things not taught in school, and the engineering field is constantly changing. It may be a different end setting to a guardrail, or it may be a new mix for JPC pavement. No matter how this field changes, the people working in it must be able to adaptSean Angermeier, Civil & Environmental Engineering
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Eleven engineering graduates participate in the doctoral hooding ceremonies on December 13, 2019.
In partnership with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Louisville District, the CEE department hosted a Lunch & Learn seminar series for CEE senior students in fall 2019
Three CEE students, Alex Delgado Beebe, Ryn Kalbfleisch and Sophie Lipomanis, were selected to attend the American Society of Civil Engineers 2019 Construction Institute (CI) Student Days.
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Dr. Robert Kluger, Civil & Environmental EngineeringOur Faculty
“What I care about for my research to be is to make society better. I’m not here to make a bunch of models that never get used.”