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It gives us a great pleasure to share with you - our alumni, industry colleagues, and student communities – just some of the ways in which UNSW Civil and Environmental Engineering is involved in advancing a more prosperous, safe and just society
Our staff and students are committed to a continuing and meaningful partnership with the humanitarian engineering organisation Engineers Without Borders.
Associate Professor Vinayak Dixit not only believes in the ethical power of mathematical engineering; he makes it happen.
Scientia Prof David Waite’s career encompasses exceptional research, and a wide-ranging contribution to the field of environmental engineering.
The aim of eReuse Inc. was to save UNSW computers from landfill –to refurbish and then recycle them for those people who lack access to computers
Three remarkable young students are hoping to save our planetary home.
Stephen Moore knows more about this than most.
Misconceptions about what an engineering career actually involves might be pushing young women away.
Associate Professor Stuart Khan is at the forefront of a global attempt to change the way we think about and use water.
CevSoc, the student society for the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering is a progressive community of students committed to inclusion, altruism and equity.
CVEN has played a large role in the development of a number of major Australian construction standards since the inception of the University in 1949.
Engineers from UNSW’s Water Research Laboratory (WRL) played a central role in the intense media interest in "superstorms" following NSW coastal damage.
.Professor Chris Rizos is passionate about promoting ‘modern geodesy’ and raising its profile on the global stage
WRL Engineers conducted the world's first flood demonstration with real, life-size cars to raise public awareness about flood and driving safety.
Transport Engineer - Dr Lauren Gardner joins with long-standing collaborator Sahotra Sarkar, from the University of Texas in Austin, to address the spread of the Zika virus
Associate Professor Tommy Wiedmann was listed as one of the ‘World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds’ in an internationally renowned report.
In this section:
- Social Engagement
- A different perspective
- Between the real and the ideal: Engineers without borders
- Can mathematics create social justice?
- CevSoc – Building Community
- Decades of research to improve human health
- Encouraging the young
- Global water quality advisor
- International collaboration to pressing waste issues in Asia
- Joining the dots – Measuring the Zika virus risk
- One of the world’s most influential scientific minds
- Raising public awareness – Increasing community safety
- Raising the standards
- Shaping the debate
- The odyssey of geodesy
- We need to save our planetary home, and it is rural students who could make the difference
- eReuse – Increasing social equity, decreasing e-waste
- Industry partners
- Industry Advisory Committee
- Industry funded academic positions
- Employ a student for Industrial Training
- High School work experience program
- Primary School Prize in Mathematics