People are our priority. The world is our laboratory.

        

Georgia Tech's School of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) is committed to engineering fundamentals, state-of-the-art technology, hands-on instruction, and interdisciplinary research to solve problems that are critical to quality of life.

Nowhere is this philosophy better articulated than in the 2013 Commencement Address given by graduating masters student and Marshall Scholar, Jacob Tzegaegbe.

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Girl Scouts' camp a test bed for turning tides into electricity

The Girl Scouts are considering building an “eco-village” on the island they own along Georgia’s coast, and they want to harness the ebb and flow of the tide to power it. They’ve turned to Kevin Haas to help. His research... Read More

Jamie Clark: CEE ambassador and more

"My plan after Tech is to go to graduate school, then get a Ph.D. I want to focus on sustainable building in developing countries, where they have limited resources." Read More