Even a little something called summer break didn’t stop UW CEE students from honing their engineering skills. It was a busy summer for many undergraduates who decided to use their time off from school to pursue internships with a variety of companies. From working on a light rail system in Hawaii to the Elliott Bay Seawall Project in Seattle, several undergraduate seniors advanced their skills with real-world experience.
Learn more about how four UW CEE students spent their summer with the feature stories below:
The Boeing Company
Completed a variety of projects related to the carrying capacity of commercial airplane models.
Jacobs Engineering Group
Worked on the Elliott Bay Seawall Project to replace an aging seawall that spans Seattle’s waterfront.
Helped oversee the crew that is building the first light rail system in Honolulu County, Oahu, Hawaii.
Worked on a variety of structural engineering based military projects.