Teaching Faculty

Over 40 faculty members from across the University are associated with EEE. Of the faculty members connected to EEE, 8 are termed EEE teaching faculty; they are involved in teaching EEE courses. These faculty members are Drs. Blatchley, Engelberth, Howarter, Hua, Jafvert, Nies, Sutherland, and Zhao. Drs. Amisha Shah, Shweta Singh, Andrew Whelton, and Zhi (George) Zhou will be joining the EEE faculty in Summer and Fall of 2014.

Zhi (George) Zhou, Ph.D., P.E.

Dr. Zhou received his Ph.D. degree (2007) in Environmental Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and his M.S. degree (2002) and B.S. degree (1999) in Environmental Science from Nanjing University. Dr. Zhou’s research focuses on environmental microbiology and the application of biotechnologies in engineering systems. In Fall 2014 Dr. Zhou will be teaching EEE 495, Wastewater Treatment Process. Dr. Zhou will hold a joint appointment with Civil Engineering.

Amisha Shah, Ph.D.

Dr. Shah received her Ph.D. (2008) in Environmental Engineering from Georgia Tech. and her B.S. degree (2002) in Chemical Engineering from Washington University in St. Louis. Dr. Shah’s research includes environmental chemistry, contaminant reaction kinetics, mechanisms and byproduct formation, mass transport mechanisms, sustainable water reuse, ballast water treatment, and CO2-capture technologies. In Fall 2014, Dr. Shah will be teaching CE 597, Environmental Analytical Chemistry. Dr. Shah will hold a joint appointment with Civil Engineering.