Four Mizzou Engineering seniors were selected for the excellent example of leadership they’ve provided MU in the last four years — Walta Abraham, Nolan Gromacki, Haydn Lock and Brandon Splitter.
A critical part of the mission of educating engineering leaders is training technically proficient engineers, and the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department’s methods ensure that this tradition will continue long into the future.
Stormwater best management practice evaluation project looks to quantify effectiveness of mitigation
Stormwater best management practice evaluation project looks to quantify effectiveness of mitigation.
Enos Inniss, Assistant Teaching Professor, and John Bowders, William A. Davidson Professor, recently received an award from the Campus Writing Program (CWP) for their project, “Template for a Distributed Writing Program in Civil and Environmental Engineering.”
The University of Missouri College of Engineering was well represented at the Spring 2014 Undergraduate Research & Creative Achievements Forum April 22.
A five-member team from the University of Missouri College of Engineering made it to the semi-finalist round of the 2011-2012 AECOM Water Student Design Competition. MU undergraduate researchers Kristen Powers and Liu Cao, environmental engineering doctoral candidate Shashikanth, biological engineering major Samuel Drysdale, and A&S student John Pershing and worked this semester on a design […]
A diverse group from across campus came together this semester to sponsor an undergraduate research project looking into stormwater best management practices at the University of Missouri. The student team is laying groundwork to evaluate existing projects in preparation of data collection that will be used to inform future decisions. It is hoped the effort […]
There are a lot of public water operators who would like to blow some steam right now. Their frustrations flow from tightened federal regulations on certain “disinfection byproducts,” suspected cancer-causing chemicals created in the water treatment process. Public water suppliers aren’t steamed with the Environmental Protection Agency for regulating a health risk; they are frustrated […]
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 […]
Water quality will be the focus of a new Mizzou student organization now in the works. Prompted by requests from environmental engineers throughout Missouri, MU’s College of Engineering is laying the foundation for a student chapter of the Water Environment Federation (WEF). Only two other Missouri universities—the Missouri University of Science and Technology and Washington […]