US News & World Report's rankings for 2017-2018 has all of our programs, graduate and undergraduate, ranked in the top 3 spots. Our graduate program in environmental engineering has held the #1 spot for the past 8 years; civil engineering has been in the top 2 for the past 14 years. Our undergraduate programs in environmental engineering and in civil engineering are among the top 3 schools every year.

Our doctoral program tops the 2010 National Research Council rankings.

Faculty Searches

Candidates are being recruited for a Tenure-track Assistant Professor position in the broad area of Structural Engineering. Deadline for applications: November 14, 2016.

Research Snapshot

Graduate student Drew Gentner works on a 10-meter tower that he uses to measure pollution and air flow in a citrus orchard in California's San Joaquin Valley. Drew is co-advised by CEE faculty members Allen Goldstein and Robert Harley.

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Gabrielle Boisramé & Sally Thompson's study shows that managing. rather than suppressing, fire, makes wilderness areas more resilient to fire.
The program co-led by Professor Kara Nelson will create new models for training graduate students to find innovative solutions to food, energy and water challenges in developing countries.
The US Department of Transportation awarded the City of San Francisco and its partner UC Berkeley $11 million to fund 6 innovative projects aimed at reducing traffic congestion.
Learn about CEE's 7 programs and the research possibilities within each program. Meet CEE faculty and learn about admissions.
CEE faculty member for 38 years and one of the legends of earthquake engineering, Ray Clough, died on Oct. 8.  As a co-developer of the "Finite Element Method," he forever revolutionized the field of structural analysis and building design.
The Academy will induct its Class of 2016 during a banquet at the California Memorial Stadium. Preceding the event will be the CEE Distinguished Lecture by water environmentalist and Stanford faculty member, Stephen Monismith.