We have many exciting things to report as we advance through the fall semester. First, we have begun celebrating the 150th anniversary of the founding of Purdue University. The theme of the sesquicentennial is Giant Leaps, and it will culminate with the 2019 Homecoming. One of the themes of this year-long celebration is “Sustainable Economy & Planet,” and Environmental and Ecological Engineering (EEE) is playing a major role within this theme.
EEE Insights — Fall 2018
The U.S. News & World Report released its national rankings of graduate programs and Environmental and Ecological Engineering jumped to 17th in the country, up from 25th the year prior.
Purdue's undergraduate unit of Environmental and Ecological Engineering was ranked as the 12th best environmental engineering program in the nation, according to the U.S News & World Report.
Environmental and Ecological Engineering recently achieved an academic unit milestone in awarding its first Ph. D. degree to Ehsan Vahidi.
Making an impact in the community we live in and providing best-management practices when dealing with stormwater are just a few examples of the lessons learned in EEE495, the Urban Water Projects class.
Michael Mashtare, assistant professor in Environmental and Ecological Engineering was honored with the 2018 Exceptional Early Career Award. The award recognizes outstanding undergraduate teaching among Purdue's early career, tenure-track faculty.
John W. Sutherland, the Fehsenfeld Family Head of Environmental and Ecological Engineering (EEE) at Purdue University, recently received the 2018 SME (Society of Manufacturing Engineers) Gold Medal at the SME International Awards Gala in Boston, MA.
This issue's research spotlight focuses on two EEE faculty members and their research groups: Assistant Professors Amisha Shah and Brady Hardiman.
In June, EEE welcomed the addition of Martha Lucht as the graduate program administrative assistant. Her responsibilities involve helping graduate students from registration to graduation, amongst other duties.
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