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January 15, 2019

EEE Lab Manager, Nadya Zyaykina receives College staff award

The Purdue College of Engineering held its 17th annual Staff Awards of Excellence event on Friday, December 7, at the Shively Club inside Ross-Ade Pavilion. EEE’s Lab Manager, Nadya Zyaykina was nominated for the Professional Achievement Award and ended up being the recipient of this particular award.
September 10, 2018

EEE undergraduate program ranked No. 12 by USNWR

Purdue's undergraduate unit of Environmental and Ecological Engineering was ranked as the 12th best environmental engineering program in the nation Monday, according to the U.S News & World Report.
August 29, 2018

Diop jumpstarts research with Graduate Bridge Program

With the start of classes, graduate student Rasul Diop is just starting his coursework towards a Ph.D. but he was on campus long before the start of the new academic school year. Through the Purdue Graduate Bridge Program, an opportunity that allows incoming grad students to take part in funded summer research and mentoring, he was able to get a jump start on his graduate research.
August 22, 2018

Sutherland researching smart/sustainable manufacturing technologies, Research initiative part of $38.9 million Lilly Endowment grant

John W. Sutherland, the Fehsenfeld Family Head of Environmental and Ecological Engineering (EEE), is researching smart/sustainable manufacturing as part of a multidisciplinary research team funded by a $38.9 million grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. to the Wabash Heartland Innovation Network (WHIN). WHIN is a 10-county initiative in North Central Indiana devoted to working together to fuel prosperity for the region by harnessing the power of emerging digital technologies related to manufacturing and agriculture.
August 8, 2018

Purdue team offers promising method for water-stressed areas

Purdue University researchers have developed a method to detoxify water with chlorine and ultraviolet radiation, which may provide new hope for water-stressed areas and help promote the reuse of wastewater.

The Purdue team, led by Civil Engineering and Environmental and Ecological Engineering professor Ernest R. Blatchley III, developed a method for selectively degrading and detoxifying amines, organic compounds derived from ammonia that are common in water supplies. Amines include a number of compounds that can be toxic to humans and other animals.
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