Multiple Patrons win Awards at 2019 AAEES Awards Luncheon and Conference
2020 CNY Environmental Symposium
Save the date: October 8, 2020. The 2020 CNY Environmental Symposium has been scheduled for October 8, 2020 at Red Barn 20, 2527 NYS Route 20, Cazenovia, NY 13035. Details to be posted as they become available.
Presentations for the 2019 CNY Environmental Symposium can be found at: https://www.aaees.org/resourcecenter/cnysymposium-2019.php
2019 AAEES West Coast Networking Dinner and Seminar
Thank you attendees of the dinner and networking seminar that was held on Thursday, October 17, 2019, in Costa Mesa, CA.
PDFs and a video of the presentation have been uploaded to: https://www.aaees.org/
The 2019 EESF Scholarship Campaign
The Environmental Engineering and Science Foundation (EESF) has created four annual scholarships for Environmental Engineering and Environmental Science students at the undergraduate and Master's levels.
EESF is seeking your support for this Campaign. Your donation will be vital to achieving our goal of funding the four scholarships at a level of $2,500 per student per year with an annual goal of $15,000 to provide future funding.
Read October 2019 Highpoints now.
Items include: 2019 AAEES Annual Board of Trustees Meeting; Committee Openings; BCEE/BCEEM/BCES Audit; Membership Corner; Annual Certification Renewal; AAEES Activities; and more.
For the latest news from AAEES, click here to read the latest issue of AAEES Highpoints.
Entries are now being accepted for the 2020 Excellence in Environmental Engineering and Science (E3S) and Environmental Communications (EComm) competitions.
Go to https://www.aaees.org/e3scompetition/ for submission forms and profiles of winning projects from previous years for E3S.
Go to https://www.aaees.org/ecommcompetition/ for additional information, including entry guidelines and profiles of previous award-winning projects for EComm.
The World Needs a Global Agenda for Sand
Date: July 2, 2019
Source: University of Colorado at Boulder
Summary: Sand is a key ingredient in the recipe of modern life, and yet it is being extracted faster than it can be replaced.
What links the building you live in, the glass you drink from and the computer you work on? The answer is smaller than you think and is something we are rapidly running out of: sand.
In a commentary published today in the journal Nature, a group of scientists from the University of Colorado Boulder, the University of Illinois, the University of Hull and Arizona State University highlight the urgent need for a global agenda for...Click here to continue.
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/
Wendy A. Wert, P.E., BCEE
Facilities Planning Department
Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County
Wendy A. Wert, P.E., BCEE, is our featured member for November. Ms. Wert is a member of the AAEES Board of Trustees and active on several committees. She has been a Board Certified Environmental Engineer in Water Supply and Wastewater Engineering since 2006.
Click here to read her article, What Can Participation in the American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists Do For Your Career?
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.
Summer 2019 Environmental Engineer and Scientist now available!
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