Undergraduate students in civil engineering and environmental engineering can gain research experience under the mentorship of our faculty members.
Participating in undergraduate research provides students with an inquiry-based learning opportunity and engages them as active learners in a laboratory setting.
Start a project to build skills and gain real-world experience for your career. The Experiential Learning Network's Project Portal is the easiest place to get started! Once you start a project, you can also pursue an ELN Digital Badge to display your accomplishments to future employers and graduate schools.
Many of our faculty members work with students from university-wide programs, including:
Faculty welcome work-study students into their laboratories. If you are interested in working with a particular faculty member, contact them directly. Positions also open up in our staff office throughout the year. Work-study positions are a great opportunity for students to gain work experience in a professional or lab environment. You must have a valid work-study award letter to be eligible for these positions. Bring the letter with you when you meet with your potential employer.