Environmental Engineering And Sciences
A career in Environmental Engineering or Environmental Science provides several benefits:
- Employment connections
- Job security
- Considerable personal satisfaction
- Positive social change
- Working with progressive thinkers
- Develop technology to advance the world
Dionysios D. Dionysiou, PhD, receives George Rieveschl Jr. Award for Distinguished Scientific Research
The Rieveschl Award for Distinguished Scientific Research was created through the generosity of Dr. George Rieveschl. The award recognizes a member of the faculty for professional achievement in science. It is given for a specific research, or the entire canon of one’s accomplishments. Selection criteria include attainment of national and international recognition for superior scholarship through archival publications, continued creativity over a sustained period of time, professional activities, including editorial activity for reputable national and international journals and academic awards of the candidate. Congratulations Dr. Dionysiou for this great honor!
Environmental Engineering Professor Dominic Boccelli is chosen to participate in the Trans-disciplinary Research Leadership Program
Dr. Dominic Boccelli has been chosen to participate in a year-long program sponsored by UC’s Office of Research. The goal of the Trans-disciplinary Research Leadership Program is to provide an academic year-long trans-disciplinary team research leadership development training for an elite group of promising, future leaders. The focus will be on practical mentoring and collaborative research project development across disciplines with an actionable deliverable at the end of the year to begin or expand collaborative research. Professor Boccelli’s commitment to this project will begin in the fall of 2017.
Funding Opportunity - Senior Students pursuing Masters
Seniors that may pursue a Master’s in Environmental Engineering during academic year 2017-2018 are encouraged to apply for $10,000 in funding that will be provided by the Environmental Engineers of the Future (E2F) program to each selected student. Selected students have the opportunity to develop early job networking/mentoring relationships with Environmental Engineering employers from both the public and private sectors.
Click here for the online application is here.
The priority application deadline is November 28, 2017.
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