As 2023 comes to a close, let us reflect on the insightful vision and exceptional community that built EEE, fuels growth and accomplishments, and has and will continue to produce extraordinary impacts.
EEE Insights — Fall/Winter 2023
Doing more than what’s asked: EEE senior Griffin Laihinen named Udall Scholar and Purdue Engineering Fellow
Griffin Laihinen has three priorities that guide his life: help other people, seize new opportunities, and always do more than what’s asked.
Welcome, Heather Liddell, to our multidisciplinary EEE faculty! Liddell joined Purdue University in fall 2023 as assistant professor of mechanical engineering and environmental and ecological engineering.
How can communities prepare for the uncertainty of climate change?
Shelby Johnson moved 5 times before beginning college, living everywhere from Alpharetta, Georgia to Kuwait for her father’s job at the U.S. State Department. Knowing that she wanted to pursue engineering with a sustainability focus, Johnson was drawn to Purdue EEE because of its flexibility.
Man on fire: Andrew Whelton's rapid journey to national recommendations for post-wildfire water recovery
Following the events of September 11, 2001, Andrew Whelton, a young engineer, joined the U.S. Army's Medical Command Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine (CHPPM) and found himself surrounded by high-level government officials discussing the potential for attacks on our nation's drinking water infrastructure.
From the moment she arrived at Purdue, Angie Martin knew she wanted to be an engineer.
ISIE Conference 2023: EEE faculty and graduate students showcase industrial ecology expertise in the Netherlands
EEE faculty member Dr. Hua Cai and graduate students Miriam Stevens, Venkat Roy, Thomas Maani, Yiming Liu, and Kendrick Hardaway showcased their expertise and leadership at the International Society for Industrial Ecology (ISIE) Conference, held in Leiden, Netherlands from July 2-5, 2023.
Walks across campus with Professor Larry Nies led to Justin Richter’s career in sustainability innovation at Microsoft.
Purdue Environmental and Ecological Engineering was ranked the 12th undergraduate program in the nation by U.S. News & World Report, tying with Yale University.
EEE faculty members Ernest (Chip) Blatchley and Inez Hua were among 38 instructors inducted into Purdue's Book of Great Teachers, which honors outstanding teaching faculty who have demonstrated sustained excellence in the classroom.
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