Home

 

Find your future in civil and environmental engineering at GW, where our students have access to a broad engineering curriculum, exceptional facilities, and the unique opportunities that only Washington, DC offers.


Academics

Prepare for your future: Our rigorous academic programs equip you to succeed in a wide variety of exciting and challenging occupations.

Research

Micro to macro: Conduct research alongside our faculty on a range of topics from infrastructure to automated vehicles.

Student Experience

Get the best of both worlds:  Enjoy the personal attention of our small department and the wide range of opportunities available in Washington, DC.

 


 

News

macro view of atom

Dr. Tianshu Li taking the lead at GW for a newly funded Energy Frontier Research Center (EFRC)

GWU will partner with 9 other institutions to discover the fundamental scientific principles underlying the control of atomic ordering in semiconductor alloys.

Xitong Liu

Prof. Xitong Liu receives the Inaugural ACS ES&T Engineering Best Paper Award

Dr. Liu's paper "Cost Comparison of Capacitive Deionization and Reverse Osmosis for Brackish Water Desalination" is one of this year's recipients.

students posing with 1st place award

ASCE GW Student Chapter Participate at Mid-Atlantic West ASCE Student Symposium

The GW environmental team won first place in the Environmental Contest and the GW steel bridge team won second place in bridge aesthetics.

 

Events

Black Men's Brain Health Conference

Wednesday, 2/8/2023, 8:00am - 6:00pm

Join Day 1 of the Black Men's Brain Health Conference to address the challenges with brain health risks and resilience in black men ages 18+.

Under the Framework of The Week of Women and Girls In Science: Playing "Hidden Figures" Flyer

Under the Framework of The Week of Women and Girls In Science: Playing "Hidden Figures"

Wednesday, 2/8/2023, 5:00pm - 7:00pm

Join us at the Children’s National Research & Innovation Campus Theater as we host a free screening of the 2017 Academy Award-nominated film “Hidden Figures."

Black Men's Brain Health Conference

Thursday, 2/9/2023, 8:00am - 9:00pm

Join Day 2 of the Black Men's Brain Health Conference to address the challenges with brain health risks and resilience in black men ages 18+.