Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering

Check in to find out what's happening around campus and our department.

Campus Events

  1. Peppermint care packages are available in the CEAE office (ENGC 376) through the end of final exams. 
  2. The COE is hosting a registration rally on Wednesday (12/6) from 9 am to 1 pm.  ENGC lobby.  Refreshments available.  It's a great time to register for spring and summer classes.
  3. The Jernigan Library is offering extended hours through the end of final exams.

Job and Research Openings

  1. Applications are open for the Summer 2024 Minority Serving Institutions Internship Program, sponsored by the National Nuclear Security Administration and Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education. 
  2. There is a graduate research traineeship beginning in the spring semester.  Focus on water resources.  Funding for graduate students who are U.S. citizens, nationals, or permanent residents. 


  1. WTS San Antonio Region Scholarships are open until December 8.  WTS advance the success of women in transportation fields.  These scholarships are a great fit for civil engineers.
  2. The Structural Engineering Institute is offering scholarships for students wanting to attend the national Structures Congress in San Antonio this March.  Applications are due January 3. 
  3. The Department of Energy, Office of Environmental Management has a Success Through Academic Research Scholarship with applications due January 22.
  4. The US Department of Energy Building Technologies Office has opened applications for the IBUILD Graduate Research Fellowship.  This program is open to graduate students wishing to conduct research in the area of building decarbonization.
  5. The Department of Defense offers a SMART scholarship for students pursuing STEM degrees.  This comes with tuition, annual stipend, internship, and a guaranteed job post-graduation. 

General Information and Opportunities

  1. Looking for tutoring ?  Stop by the JESSC or Lucio Hall!  Remember the JESSC offers a wide range of services to foster student success. 
  2. Did you know that the JESSC has an internship coordinator who can help you fine-tune your job search?  Contact for more information. 
  3. Visit Scholarship Universe to apply for all TAMUK scholarships.
  4.  All CEAE students are eligible to participate in new a transcripted certificate program focusing on materials and standards.  Contact Dr. Bailey for details.
  5. The Corpus Christi chapter of ASCE and several local firms are providing shadowing opportunities for students interested in visiting local engineering offices.  Please email Dr. Bailey if you want to participate.  Open to both CE and AE students. 
  6. FE PREP COURSE AVAILABLE! Discounted PPI program available to students for $95.  Each student will receive access to an electronic copy of PPI’s review manual, 2 attempts at a 110 question mock exam, and 6 months of access to online questions and other review material.  Interested students should contact Austin McCoy (
  7. Thinking about graduate school?  The fast-track program allows undergraduate students to take up to three classes that count for both undergraduate and graduate credit.  For more information, speak to Dr. Choi (  Graduate fellowship opportunities are available for talented undergraduates wanting to work on their M.S. in Civil Engineering at TAMUK.