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New environmental student organization profiled

University of Missouri Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering Enos Inniss was recognized in the Fall 2008 issue of Current, a publication of the Missouri Water Environment Association. Inniss was acknowledged for assisting in the establishment of a Water Environment Federation’s student chapter at the University of Missouri. “Dr. Inniss has energized grass roots support of a group of graduate students that have submitted application for a new Student Chapter of WEF at Mizzou,” the article stated.

Inniss holds a doctorate from the University of Notre Dame and a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Texas A & M.

His research focuses on water quality and reuse considerations, and previous experiences include a familiarity with the design, building, and operation of sequencing batch reactors and periodic operation of systems between anaerobic and aerobic conditions.

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