Civil and Environmental Engineering
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    News

    CEE Review: Fall 2020

    The Fall 2020 online newsletter takes a close look at the department’s “Shaping Resource Flows” strategic direction and highlights impactful research and community resilience during the pandemic. Explore the virtual CEE Review »

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    COVID-19 Updates

    CEE shares our operations plan and ways to stay healthy and safe campus-wide. Find COVID-19 updates »

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    Why Civil and Environmental Engineering at Michigan?

    We’re building on our enduring legacy to tackle some of the most complex challenges facing our society and our planet. More than any other engineering discipline, we are in service to society advancing the common good. Learn more »

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At U-M CEE, we're building on our enduring legacy to tackle some of the most complex challenges facing our society and our planet. More than any other engineering discipline, we are in service to society advancing the common good. Check out our video to see why it's great to be CEE!