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CEGE at a glance

CEGE at a glance

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The Department of Civil, Environmental and Geodetic Engineering (CEGE) addresses societal needs by preparing students to contribute to the improvement of infrastructure management and the protection of the environment.

Our Buckeye engineers develop the skillful conception, planning, design, construction and operation of facilities that enfold modern life, ranging from smart urban services to intelligent infrastructure to earth observing systems.

CEGE is dedicated to the development of student innovation, excellence in interdisciplinary research, and active collaboration and engagement with industry and alumni.

Current Initiatives

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CEGE faculty and administration are currently renewing CEGE’s undergraduate and graduate curricula. These modernization efforts, undertaken with strong support from industry collaborators, will result in updated courses of study that reflect the current and future landscape in engineering professions.

CEGE’s instructional and laboratory spaces continue to evolve in support of our students’ learning, creativity and collaboration. Featuring professional design space for senior capstone students, computer labs, meeting rooms and lounge space, the new Kokosing Design Studio serves as a centralized, 24/7 hub for all students in the CEGE community.

The CTL Engineering Geotechnical Lab, Allan Johnson Civil Materials Research Lab as well as the DLZ Corporation Civil Materials Testing Lab were also recently renovated.

Diversity

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CEGE students are inquisitive and engaged in discovery and experiential learning.

Our Buckeye engineers are members of student chapters of prominent national associations such the Society of Women Engineers (SWE), the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) and the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE).

Diversity info

26 COUNTRIES REPRESENTED in CEGE student cohort.
31% OF CEGE STUDENTS ARE WOMEN
NEARLY ALL CEGE STUDENTS GAIN EXPERIENCE OUTSIDE OF THE CLASSROOM through internships, co-ops, research and PT work.

Enrollment

531 CIVIL ENGINEERING UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
195 ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
90 GRADUATE STUDENTS

BASED ON AUTUMNN 2023 ENROLLMENT

Degrees Conferred

188 BACHELOR'S DEGREES
15 MASTER'S DEGREES
12 DOCTORATE DEGREES

Academic year 2022 - 2023

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CEGE Leadership

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Allison Mackay, Professor and Chair
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John Lenhart, Professor and Associate Chair

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