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2021 AAEES Excellence in Environmental Engineering and Science Virtual Awards Ceremony and Conference
The Academy's Awards Virtual Ceremony and Conference is scheduled for Thursday, October 21, 2021. The winners of the Excellence in Environmental Engineering and Science Awards and the Environmental Communications Awards will be presented.
Thank you attendees of our October 6 webinar, Decarbonization of Integrated Urban Water, Energy, and Solids Management, presented by Vladimir Novotny, Ph.D., P.E., BCEE, Professor Emeritus at Marquette University and Northeastern University. A recording of this webinar can be accessed by clicking this link. | Click here to download the accompanying pdf.
Our next webinar will take place on Wednesday, November 3, 2021. The topic, Global Trends, Challenges, and Solutions in the Water Industry, will be presented by Beverley Stinson, Executive Vice President, Global Water Business Line Leader, AECOM. Click here for additional information and to register today.
EESF is seeking your support for the 2021 EESF Scholarship Fund Campaign. Your donation will be vital to achieving our goal of funding scholarships at a level of $2,500 per student per year. Donations in excess of this are sought to provide future funding.
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The AAEES Student Chapter at Ohio University recently held an event that gave them a chance to showcase the value The Academy can bring to environmental engineering and science students. We sent shirts, pens and brochures to support their efforts and the event was a great success. Sarah Maracz, a fifth-year civil engineering student shared her enthusiasm of our program with new students.
The 2021 Kappe Lecturer is Dr. David A. Dzombak, P.E., BCEE, DWRE, the Hamerschlag University Professor and Heal of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University. He will be visiting university campuses during the 2021 fall semester. Click here for more information.
Patrons of the Academy are organizations that are distinguished by providing financial support to the Academy's programs in addition to their engagement in specialty certification of their Engineers and Scientists. They are dedicated to a collaborative effort with the Academy in pursuit of Excellence in Environmental Engineering and Science. For more information, go to https://www.aaees.org/patronsprogram/
The Environmental Engineering and Science Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, was established by AAEES. The Foundation is dedicated to supporting environmental engineering and science education, basic research to advance environmental engineering and science, and public education regarding environmental issues.
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2021 Commentary on the ABET Program Criteria for Environmental Engineering Programs
The "Commentary" posted here is intended for public dissemination on behalf of the Academy's Education Committee. The document is primarily intended to:
This document is maintained and reviewed for update annually by the Education Committee.
A second purpose of this document is to inform the Academy membership of the work that ABET and the Academy are collaborating on to maintain and update the standards that college and university environmental engineering programs must meet when seeking accreditation from ABET.
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