Civil and Environmental Engineering

2019 CEE Graduating Class

Explore the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

As a student in the Civil and Environmental Engineering department at UNH, you will focus on enhancing the environment, the human condition and the interaction between the two. You’ll learn how to analyze and design: aesthetic and sustainable structures; clean and reliable water treatment and supply systems; and innovative and resilient transportation networks. You’ll gain a clear vision of a sustainable future, which will help you in a variety of career options in both the public and private sectors.

2019 CEE Graduation Celebration

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  • Class Field Trip Launches Career
    Civil engineering's Maggie Fillion '20 turned a fall class field trip into an internship and career opportunity with Shea Concrete. Her experience was documented in a podcast...
    Class Field Trip Launches Career
    Civil engineering's Maggie Fillion '20 turned a fall class field trip into an internship and career opportunity with Shea Concrete. Her experience was documented in a podcast...
  • AWWA Recognized Graduate Student
    Darline Simoni Balen was recently selected as the American Water Works Association's second place 2020 Academic Achievement Award for the best master’s thesis. Balen, a civil engineer student, defended her graduate thesis in December before it was submitted to the AWWA competition open to all...
    AWWA Recognized Graduate Student
    Darline Simoni Balen was recently selected as the American Water Works Association's second place 2020 Academic Achievement Award for the best master’s thesis. Balen, a civil engineer student, defended her graduate thesis in December before it was submitted to the AWWA competition open to all...
  • Two CEPS students compete in finals of Social Venture Innovation Challenge
    Josh Howard ’21 and Nicholas Eagan ’21 were finalists in the student track of the Social Venture Innovation Challenge with their initiative EZGrid, a platform that connects electricity consumers with their utilities to help them lower their carbon footprint while also saving money. Howard in an...
    Two CEPS students compete in finals of Social Venture Innovation Challenge
    Josh Howard ’21 and Nicholas Eagan ’21 were finalists in the student track of the Social Venture Innovation Challenge with their initiative EZGrid, a platform that connects electricity consumers with their utilities to help them lower their carbon footprint while also saving money. Howard in an...
  • Improving Infrastructure to Deliver Clean Water
    Meghan White graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a bachelor of science in environmental engineering in 2018 before beginning her master’s degree in civil engineering in August of 2018. The Wakefield, Massachusetts native chose civil engineering because of her passion for helping to...
    Improving Infrastructure to Deliver Clean Water
    Meghan White graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a bachelor of science in environmental engineering in 2018 before beginning her master’s degree in civil engineering in August of 2018. The Wakefield, Massachusetts native chose civil engineering because of her passion for helping to...
  • CEPS faculty and students continue to provide mentorship at South Africa girls STEM camp
    Four members of the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences traveled to South Africa to continue to forge a stronger international science and engineering connection as educators at the FIRST Avenue Girls Winter Camp in July, help at the University of Johannesburg in South Africa.  The...
    CEPS faculty and students continue to provide mentorship at South Africa girls STEM camp
    Four members of the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences traveled to South Africa to continue to forge a stronger international science and engineering connection as educators at the FIRST Avenue Girls Winter Camp in July, help at the University of Johannesburg in South Africa.  The...

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