Summer 2018 Undergraduate Internships Available through EREF Internship in Excellence Program

Oct. 19, 2017

EREF is excited to announce its Internship in Excellence Program that offers full-time undergraduate students pursuing a bachelor’s degree a unique, hands-on opportunity to experience the world of solid waste management. Internship positions will be available for the Summer 2018 term for students majoring in Environmental Sustainability, Engineering, Business Management,... Read more »

Prof. Kasprzyk and Livneh's New Publication

Oct. 18, 2017

Professors Joseph Kasprzyk and Ben Livneh 's research has been publishe d in JAMES - Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems . Their research article titled, "A Multialgorithm Approach to Land Surface Modeling of Suspended Sediment in the Colorado Front Range", presents a new model of simulating suspended sediment... Read more »

CAD & GIS Course - Spring 2018

Oct. 16, 2017

CAD & GIS course for our students! No prereq’s, will count as a TE! Offered this spring 2018 M/W 3-4:15!! Please feel free to sign up! EVEN students should enroll in EVEN 4830-002 for this course. It is cross listed. MCEN4228-009: CAD & GIS – Greg Vanderbeek A project based... Read more »

Assistant Professor position: Science, Technology & Environmental Policy at U Minnesota

Oct. 13, 2017

There is a faculty position opening at the Assistant Professor level (tenure-track) at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs' interdisciplinary Science Technology and Environmental Policy (STEP) Program. This is a broad search within the STEP area, inviting applicants from diverse disciplinary and inter-disciplinary backgrounds working in the STEP area. They... Read more »

Four EVEN Students Highlighted in the AWWA Journal

Oct. 11, 2017

David B. LaFrance, Chief executive officer of the AWWA Journal, released an editorial about the future of environmental engineering and focused on four EVEN students doing an internship at AWWA. Catherine Bacon: BS degree in environmental engineering; hometown is Tampa, Fla. Saranya Balu: MS degree in environmental engineering; hometown is... Read more »

Prof. Miller and Rosario-Ortiz nominated as members of the Academic Futures Committee

Oct. 11, 2017

Professor Shelly Miller and Fernando Rosario-Ortiz, representative of CU Boulder College of Engineering, were nominated as members of CU Boulder Academic Futures Committee . "The committee will be convened by Vice Provost and Associate Vice Chancellor for Faculty Affairs Jeff Cox. It will host meetings across campus with community members,... Read more »

Hydrologic Sciences Graduate Certificate Program: Application Deadline November 17th!

Oct. 9, 2017

The Hydrologic Science Program is accepting fall application s for their Graduate Certificate in the Hydrologic Sciences Program. As many of you know, their interdisciplinary program is designed to provide collaborative research opportunities for MS and PhD students between the different science-related departments and organizations here at CU. They emphasize... Read more »

Heinz Postdoctoral Water Scholar, University of Pittsburgh

Oct. 9, 2017

The Pittsburgh Collaboratory for Water Research, Education and Outreach in the Department of Geology & Environmental Science at the University of Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA) seeks candidates for a distinguished postdoctoral position in fields of study relevant to water sustainability. The Postdoctoral Scholar will be housed within the newly created... Read more »

Prof. Sherri Cook New Publications and NSF Grant

Oct. 9, 2017

Professor Sherri Cook published two new papers: Title: Development and experimental validation of the composition and treatability of a new synthetic bathroom greywater (SynGrey) Link: . Short description: A synthetic greywater, representative of both the composition and treatability of real bathroom greywater, was developed. This study provides an approach... Read more »

Prof. Lupita Montoya new publications

Oct. 9, 2017

Prof. Lupita Montoya latest published paper ( download here ) is a collaboration with Dr. Mija Hubler, an expert in fracture mechanics. This was the product of an MS thesis where they combined Civil and Environmental Engineering to expand fragmentation theory, and hopefully the protection of human health. 1. Heichelheim... Read more »