Summer 2017: Top Stories from the Department of Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences at Clemson
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Summer 2017: Top Stories from the Department
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Water-treatment expert hailed as ‘one of the top academic researchers in the world’

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Three EEES Students Win NSF Graduate Fellowships

Congratulations to Sarah Donaher, Shyla Kupis, and John Sherwood who will be receiving graduate fellowships through the National Science Foundation (NSF)’s highly competitive Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP). The GRFP is a national competition that provides financial support to graduate students in science and engineering disciplines. MORE>>

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Dr. Michael Carbajales-Dale Recognized as a National Scholars Program Mentor

Dr. Michael Carbajales-Dale was recently honored with an Award of Distinction by the National Scholars Program (NSP) for his mentorship. Awards of Distinction are made each spring semester by NSP students who have been greatly impacted by a mentor at Clemson.  MORE>>

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Dr. Moysey’s Virtual Reality Field Experiences (VRFE) Work Showcased

A video on Dr. Stephen Moysey‘s Virtual Reality Field Experiences (VRFE) project is featured on the National Science Foundation’s 2017 STEM for ALL Video Showcase.  MORE>>

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Faculty & Students Attend South Carolina Environmental Conference

Over 20 faculty and students in the department attended the annual South Carolina Environmental Conference (SCEC) from March 12-15, 2017, in Myrtle Beach, SC. The conference, with the theme “For Our Water,” allows for networking with other water researchers in the state by offering presentations, exhibits, awards, and social events.  MORE>>

Congratulations to our WEASC Fellowship Award Recipients

Congratulations to Mahmut Ersan, Wilson Beita-Sandi and Erin Partlan, our 2017 Water Environment Association of South Carolina (WEASC) Fellowship recipients! The WEASC fellowships support graduate level students who are currently enrolled or accepted to a master’s or doctoral degree program in Environmental Engineering and Science.  MORE>>

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Kaitlyn Faugerstrom Awarded AWWA Scholarship

Congratulations to Kaitlyn Faugerstrom, who was recently awarded the Neptune Technology Group Scholarship from the American Water Works Association (AWWA). Kaitlyn is a junior majoring in Environmental Engineering. The AWWA scholarship sponsors students who are interested in the water industry.  MORE>>

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Congratulations to our May 2017 Graduates

Fifty students across our degree programs graduated in the spring semester.  MORE>>

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Student Sarah Donaher Reflects on her Clemson Experience

May 2017 graduate, Sarah Donaher, was featured in a university video that highlights four students’ reflections on their time at Clemson. Sarah received a BS in Environmental Engineering and will continue her education as an NSF graduate fellow in Environmental Engineering and Science.  MORE>>

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