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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Project Title: Fundamental Investigation of Interactions of Temperature, Pore Water Pressure, and Pore Fluid Flow in Soil Media PI: Omid Ghasemi Fare Aug 1, 2018-July 31, 2021, $260,427.00
Rob Mullins, a licensed professional engineer, an attorney in Kentucky and a certified planner through the American Institute of Certified Planners is presented with the 2018 Professional Award in Civil Engineering.
Driving through campus, Richard Chilton’s impact is apparent among his contemporaries, a legacy built on 61 years of subtle changes to the University’s landscape. These changes have produced the University of Louisville as it is today, a modernized campus renowned in the region. As a result, Chilton was presented with the 2017 Professional Award in Civil Engineering.
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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.”