Civil Engineering at UQ has a long history of high-quality research concerned with the planning and construction of the environment in which we live.
Environmental engineering research at UQ is applying engineering principles to develop effective solutions to environmental quality problems.
Collaboration between the School and industry is important for the advancement of engineering teaching and research and for a sustainable future. Links between industry, academic staff and students ensure:
- Industry is provided with high quality engineering graduates
- Industry is provided with expert, timely advice via consulting services
- Research is conducted that will progress new opportunities and solve industrial, social and environmental problems
- Programs continually evolve and incorporate the latest in industry knowledge
- Students develop practical skills and gain workplace experience prior to graduation
- Funding to progress research that will provide new opportunities and solve some of the world's major challenges
The School of Civil Engineering is constantly exploring ways to deliver benefits to industry and society through engineering teaching and research. Industry members are invited to contact the Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology to discuss any issues of interest.
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