Welcome to Spring 2022! Our last newsletter was released in March 2020, at the start of what many believed would be a brief crisis.
EEE Insights — Spring 2022
John Paul Pieper is a Purdue EEE student constantly on the move. It is Sunday and Pieper has just finished running his 90th mile of the week, 35 hours spent lapping campus and the sidewalks of West Lafayette, the equivalent of a full-time job. In addition to training year-round as a long-distance runner, Pieper spends 15+ hours weekly conducting lab research, no small feat when completing not one, but two degrees in the College of Engineering.
EEE's graduate program was ranked 11th nationally by U.S. News and World Report for 2023; the undergraduate program ranked 11th in 2022.
Growing up in China, Hua Cai was intrigued by the algae blooms that formed in a nearby lake as a result of industrial pollution.
Over the course of almost 30 years working as an industry consultant on engineering, compliance and environmental management systems, Kristen Belcredi has visited 400-500 different operations worldwide.
EEE graduate students Caroline Jankowski and Kristofer Isaacson, and EEE alumna Dr. Christian Ley recently traveled to Colorado to help Andrew Whelton decontaminate water systems after the Marshall Fire.
Ernest Blatchley, John Howarter, Loring Nies, Lindsey Payne Haugen, and Andrew Whelton have earned outstanding evaluations from students in their grad and undergrad Purdue Engineering courses.
We recently sat down for a Q&A with Ashley Sanchez, a senior in the Purdue Environmental and Ecological Engineering combined-degree program, which allows students to complete a B.S. and M.S. in just 5 years.
Dr. John W. Sutherland has been named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) for his award-winning teaching and research and his ground-breaking work to establish the field of sustainable manufacturing.
Purdue EEE recently caught up with alumni Miles Eaton (Class of 2019) and Brooke Poppe (Class of 2015).
Purdue EEE faculty are often featured by the mainstream media for their expertise and research.
Purdue EEE students working with Dr. Lindsey Payne recently completed an engagement project that expanded the rain garden in the Celery Bog Nature Area.
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