What is Civil Engineering?
Civil engineers design and maintain the infrastructure that supports our civilization. The world around us is constantly developing and changing. Cities are expanding, new transportation systems are emerging and natural refuges are being restored.
Civil engineers guide this development and supervise complex interactions between nature and technology. In addition to promoting development, civil engineers also study our impact on the environment and develop methods for protecting our natural resources, such as constructing bike and walking paths for cities, finding new methods to produce and use renewable energy, and helping to manage the effects of pollution.
A $50,000 Campaign Arkansas gift from a civil engineering alumnus and his wife will support juniors and seniors in the Department of Civil Engineering.
A civil engineering faculty member has been honored by a leading national infrastructure organization for his work with technology and methods that enable highway planners to see what's under the ground before beginning construction.
Grayson discusses her leadership values, the role of mentorship in her career and why women in the workforce should stop saying "sorry" so much, among other things.
It’s an important question throughout the history of the profession. But given the rapidly changing variables, the question is arguably more critical now than ever before.
A civil engineering faculty member has been honored by the Arkansas chapter of the American Public Works Association for her career-long contributions to the field of public works.
Panneer Selvam, civil engineering professor, talks on tornado's tending to take the path of the least resistance.
The National Science Foundation recently announced that a University of Arkansas research team was selected to participate in the national Innovation Corps (I-Corps) program.
A new prototype system in the works by Dr. Sarah Hernandez in collaboration with students Magdalena Asborno and Collin Burris.
Dr. Wen Zhang has discovered that Chlorella vulgaris, a single-celled fresh water algae species, effectively removes pollutants from wastewater.
The Arkansas Department of Transportation makes $1 million investment in a Civil Engineering Research and Education Center at the University of Arkansas.
Dr. Gary Prinz sits down to discuss 3D printed steel, being awarded an NSF research award, and how he began his career.
Joseph Daniels honored at the fifth Silas Hunt Legacy Awards Celebration on Nov. 9 at the Fayetteville Town Center.
The Honors College to recognize Professor Kevin Hall at the annual Honors College Faculty Reception on Tuesday, Nov. 6.
The Beaver Water District awarded the $2,000 Steele-Croxton Memorial Scholarships to Emily Sherrill of Rogers.
Cameron Murray, Assistant Professor, accepts $500,000 gift to continue studies on concrete pavements
Steven Head, recently named Talk Business and Politics-Statewide 40 under 40 for his work with McClelland Consulting Engineers, Inc.
Michelle Bernhardt-Barry has been studying methods to use soils and sands to build roads and structures in remote areas
Casey Jones, a doctoral student in civil engineering, has been selected to present his research at the fib International Ph.D. Symposium in Civil Engineering.
Richard Coffman will travel to Indian state of Kerala to study the impact of record rains and flooding
Norman Dennis, professor and Sr. Associate Dean, inducted into Missouri's Science & Technology Academy
CVEG Professors, Michelle Bernhardt-Barry and Gary Prinz, are two of nine University of Arkansas faculty members to receive the National Science Foundation’s most prestigious award.
University of Arkansas civil engineering professor Clinton Wood has been awarded a $93,000 grant from the National Science Foundation
Gary Prinz has been awarded a $200,000 fellowship to pursue research related to structural steel performance during earthquakes
Sean Salazar, civil engineering doctoral candidate, given the distinction of an Honorable Mention in the 2018 Ford Foundation Dissertation Fellowship competition.
More than 250 alumni, faculty, staff, and friends gathered April 20 to celebrate the Arkansas Academy of Civil Engineering's annual induction ceremony.
Kaley Collins, civil engineering student, helped take Ranch Horse team to winners circle.
Taslima Akter and Magdalene Asborno awarded top honors in from the Missouri Valley Section Institute of Transportation Engineers
Andrew Braham, associate professor for the Department of Civil Engineering, Invited to Talk Civil Engineering & Pavement Rehabilitation
The Maritime Transportation Research and Education Center is a Tier 1 university transportation center based at the University of Arkansas
University of Arkansas alumni Robert “Wayne” Jones and his wife, Joanne Jones, of Fayetteville are supporting future engineers and artists with a $200,000 planned gift.
Arkansas Academy of Civil Engineering Charter member, L. Carl Yates, passed away April 1, 2018
Civil Engineering Doctoral Student, Airam Morales, wins student poster competition at AAPT Annual Meeting.
Dr. Panneer Selvam to present research in International Symposium on Computational Wind Engineering
U.S. Department of Transportation honored Joseph Daniels with the Recognizing Aviation and Aerospace Innovation in Science and Engineering award (RAISE)
Juan Andrés Martínez Castro puts engineering skills to work in home country of Panama.
Congratulations to all Civil Engineering Students for Their Research Accomplishments!
Frances Griffith recognized as one of the Most Influential People in the Concrete Industry in 2018.
Julian Stewart, one of the University of Arkansas' most active alumni volunteers, passed away on Christmas, surrounded by loved ones.
The Arkansas Good Roads programs awarded scholarships to Colton Horn, senior from Subiaco, and Kevin Weston, junior from Benton.
Stacy Williams, director of the Center for Training Transportation Professionals, led outreach committee to TRB 2018 Blue Ribbon Award
Sarah Hernandez awarded the MOVITE Young Professional of the Year Award