News and Highlights

  • Using drones to assess the health of infrastructure

    Today, drones dominate the news, from making speedy burrito deliveries, transporting orders to  your doorstep, or aiding in natural disasters. Now, Virginia Tech researchers are exploring applications for unmanned[...]
  • The 2018 Vecellio Distinguished Lecture

    The Vecellio Distinguished Lecture presented by Mr. Wayne A. Crew, P.E. General Secretary National Academy of Construction “Best Practices, Trajectory and Lessons from a Unique Career” Friday November 2nd[...]
  • Matthew Eatherton named Raymond G. and Madelyn Ann Curry Structural Engineering Faculty Fellow

    Matthew Eatherton, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering in the College of Engineering at Virginia Tech, has been named the Raymond G. and Madelyn Ann Curry Structural Engineering Faculty Fellow[...]
  • Roberto Leon reappointed David H. Burrows Professor of Construction Engineering

    Roberto Leon, professor of civil and environmental engineering in the College of Engineering at Virginia Tech, was reappointed as the David H. Burrows Professor of Construction Engineering by Virginia Tech President[...]
  • VTCEE Ranked #9 by U.S. News and World Report

    U.S News and World Report has ranked Virginia Tech’s Civil Engineering program #9 in the nation. For the full list of rankings, click here.   The U.S. News & World[...]
  • John Little reappointed Charles E. Via Jr. Professor

    John Little, professor of civil and environmental engineering in the College of Engineering at Virginia Tech, was reappointed the Charles E. Via Jr. Professor in the Via Department of[...]
  • Clifford W. Randall Distinguished Lecture

    The Clifford W. Randall Distinguished Lecture September 21, 2018 Herbert H. P. Fang Emeritus Professor of Environmental Engineering The University of Hong Kong, HKSAR, China Dr. Herbert H.P. Fang[...]
  • Meet the New CEE Faculty

    Alex Brand Dr. Alex S. Brand is joining the Charles E. Via, Jr. Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering as an Assistant Professor in the Transportation and Infrastructure Systems Engineering Program.[...]
  • Leave a CEE legacy

    “Everyone wants to leave some sort of legacy and there is little better than making sure tomorrow’s civil engineers can be even more successful than today’s engineers,” Mike Biscotte[...]
  • Three CEE faculty win College of Engineering Honors

    At the annual Virginia Tech College of Engineering faculty reception, awards were presented to engineering professors for teaching innovation, research, service, and outreach. Among those were civil and environmental[...]