We are proud to introduce the new EEE video featuring EEE students!
Instructions given to the public by water companies and other authorities in the aftermath of chemical contaminations are inconsistent and not validated by science. So say scientists in the US who are developing models to understand complex plumbing systems to ensure consumers get the best guidance on how to regain access to safe drinking water.
The College of Engineering will shortly be announcing the University's Bravo Award winners. The awards recognize outstanding contributions in four categories: moving the University forward, operational excellence, innovation/creativity, and fiscal stewardship. The recipient of the Bravo Award for Spring 2015 was Terri Moore, Administrative Assistant in EEE.
Congratulations to the Environmental and Ecological Engineering graduates!
The faculty, staff and their fellow students honor those who completed their degrees this semester.
Lauren Kennedy (BSEEE May 2015) received the Environmental and Ecological Engineering (EEE) Outstanding Senior Award at the EEE commencement reception on May 9, 2015. The recipient is selected based on academic performance, leadership, service, and professional activities.
Professor John Howarter, Assistant Professor in Environmental and Ecological Engineering (EEE) and Materials Engineering received the 2014-15 Society of Environmental and Ecological Engineering (SEEE) Instructional Excellence Award at the EEE commencement reception on May 9, 2015. The award was presented by Sarah Gillespie, vice president of SEEE. This award recognizes an EEE faculty member for outstanding achievement in the area of teaching.