About Environmental Engineering

Our mission is to provide a state of the art and multidisciplinary learning environment at the undergraduate and the graduate level. We offer a variety of degrees, including B.S., Minor, M.S., M.Eng., and Ph.D. degrees, and we conduct cutting edge research in three core areas:

  • Air Pollution and Atmospheric Processes;
  • Contaminant Fate and Resource Recovery and
  • Hydrogeosciences and Water Resources Management.

Please explore our website to obtain more information on career paths and opportunities for Environmental Engineers, our curriculum, faculty members and research projects. Our faculty is committed to your academic and professional success. We offer challenging and rigorous courses; exciting and relevant research opportunities; and individualized mentoring and guidance.

Sincerely,

Timothy Vadas, Ph.D.,
Environmental Engineering Program Director

Environmental Engineering News

 

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  • 13:30-15:30
    2018.09.04

    Speaker: Vannesa Kello

    Title: Sustainable Safety and The Decreasing Vulnerability of Cyclists and Pedestrians in The Netherlands: Lessons for The United States

    Time: 1:30 PM – Tuesday, September 4th, 2018

    Location: CAST 306

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  • 12:20-13:30
    2018.09.10

    Speaker: Sungmin Lee, Assistant Professor, Department of Plant Science and Landscape Architecture, UConn

    Title: Healthy and Safe Places for Aging Society

    Location: EII 322

    Time: Monday 09/10/18 @ 12:20PM

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  • 12:20-13:30
    2018.09.14

    Speaker: Jeongho Kim

    Title: Overview of Applied Mechanics Research

    Location: MONT 225

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  • 12:20-13:10
    2018.09.24

    Speaker: Sohyun Park, Ph.D, Assistant Professor, UConn

    Title: Places that Matter

    Time: Monday 09/24/18 @ 12:20 – 13:10

    Location: EII 322

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Upcoming Events

Sep 24: EII322, CE5030 Seminar in Transportation, Dr. Sohyun Park, read more.
Oct 12: MONT225, CE5010 Seminar in Structures and Applied Mechanics, Dr. Rich Christenson.
Oct 12: SU Ballroom, ENVE/NRE Graduate Student Poster Session.