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    Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at Western Ranked #1 in Canada and #12 worldwide: Shanghai Ranking's Global Ranking for Civil Engineering in 2017

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    A civil engineering degree from Western: opens doors to leadership and entrepreneurship possibilities and career opportunities in many professions.

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News & Events

Please note that the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department office will be closing at 1:30pm on Friday, June 28th for a Facutly event.  The office will reopen, after the Canada Day holiday, on Tuesday, July 2nd for regular business hours.

MESc Candidate Robert Kuehnen places 2nd at Western's 3MT Final

MESc Candidate, Robert Kuehnen, supervised by Dr. Maged Youssef, placed second in Western University's 3-Minute Thesis Finals on March 21, 2019. How fast can YOU evacuate a burning buliding? [Read More]

Ottawa tornado breaks new ground for WindEEE researchers

Deep in the heart of Ontario’s Tornado Alley, London scientists, at Western's WindEEE Research Institute are using the world’s largest tornado simulator to get a better grip on the damage left by a devastating cluster of twisters that struck the national capital region last fall. [Read More]

Western Engineering Tobbogan Team places 2nd at Edmonton Race

During the week of January 30 to February 3, 2019, 30 members from the Western Engineering Toboggan Team (WETT) travelled to Edmonton, Alberta to compete in the 45th annual Great Northern Concrete Toboggan Race with teams of students from across the country. [Read More]


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