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.

CEE Class of 2021

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  • CEE Seniors with Faculty
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  • CEE Class of 2021
  • Zack Angelini '14 '16G honored by Greenbiz
    Zack Angelini ’14 ‘16G was recently honored by GreenBiz in its annual 30 Under 30, which recognizes emerging leaders in business sustainability around the world. He serves as the...
    Zack Angelini '14 '16G honored by Greenbiz
    Zack Angelini ’14 ‘16G was recently honored by GreenBiz in its annual 30 Under 30, which recognizes emerging leaders in business sustainability around the world. He serves as the...
  • Environmental engineer recieves national recognition
    Jihyon Im ‘13 ‘15G was recently recognized by the American Water Works Association as one of five recipients of the Outstanding Young Professional Award. Im is an environmental engineer at CDSmith.
    Environmental engineer recieves national recognition
    Jihyon Im ‘13 ‘15G was recently recognized by the American Water Works Association as one of five recipients of the Outstanding Young Professional Award. Im is an environmental engineer at CDSmith.
  • UNH graduate named Young Engineer of the Year
    UNH graduate named Young Engineer of the Year
  • Tracking Emerging Contaminants in NH
    UNH graduate student Cassidy Yates is helping to study the way we track and manage new contaminants in New Hampshire waters
    Tracking Emerging Contaminants in NH
    UNH graduate student Cassidy Yates is helping to study the way we track and manage new contaminants in New Hampshire waters
  • Alum Recognized by ASCE
    Thalia Valkanos '13 spoke to the American Society of Civil Engineers about the bold choices she made that propelled her career.
    Alum Recognized by ASCE
    Thalia Valkanos '13 spoke to the American Society of Civil Engineers about the bold choices she made that propelled her career.

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Recent Stories

Paula Mouser stands on catwalk at Durham's wastewater treatment facility

PFAS Are Forever

PFAS Are Forever

Studies track ‘forever chemicals’ through wastewater facilities...

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Joe Degregorio ’21, Brandon Belmonte ’21, Jessica Nekowitsch ’21 and Andrew Godfrey ’21.

Getting Their Feet Wet

Getting Their Feet Wet

Engineering students partner with Portsmouth on water quality...

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Weiwei Mo, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering

Gaming Safe Drinking Water

Gaming Safe Drinking Water

With NSF CAREER grant, Weiwei Mo helps prepare for emergency response...

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