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Sperm swim in teams when fluid is gloopy

Mar 23, 2016
The BBC News, Science & Environment, has featured Chih-kuan Tung, an assistant professor at North Carolina A&T University, on a collaboration he is working on with BEE Professor Mingming Wu's lab.  Read more

SUNY Chancellor's Award for Student Excellence

Mar 15, 2016
Congratulations to BE Senior Sarah Nadeau, who has been selected to receive the SUNY Chancellor's Award for Student Excellence.  Sarah is an undergraduate researcher in Professor Todd Walter's lab where she has worked on projects on road salt impacts on the environment and landscape patterns of denitrification genes.  She is advised by Professor Mike Timmons.  Sarah will be attending the awards ceremony in Albany. Read more

2016 BEE Research Symposium

Mar 5, 2016
Thank you to all who participated in the 2016 BEE Research Symposium.  Special congratulations go to the poster competition winners:
BE Category: 1st Place went to Yu Ling Huang, Wu Lab, 2nd Place to Matt Kukurugya, Aristilde Lab, 3rd Place to Duo An, Ma and Luo Labs.
EnvE Category: 1st Place went to Sheila Saia, S&W Lab, 2nd Place to Luckny Zephyr, Anderson Lab, 3rd Place to Bahareh Hassanpour, S&W Lab.  Pictured: Professor Todd Walter and Sheila Saia.

Energy Systems Engineering, 3rd Edition, Published

Mar 2, 2016
Francis Vanek, Senior Lecturer-CEE, BEE Professor Lars Angenent, and BEE Professor Emeritus Lou Albright have published the 3rd Edition of their book, Energy Systems Engineering: Evaluation and Implementation.

Professor John March appointed to Associate Chair

Jan 6, 2016
Professor John March has been appointed as Associate Chair of BEE.  Congratulations!

Todd Walter Promoted to Full Professor

Jan 1, 2016
Congratulations to Professor Todd Walter who has been promoted to Full Professor effective January 1, 2016.

A New Generation of Engineers

Dec 10, 2015
BEE student Abigail Brown, EnvE'17, was interviewed as part of the EZRA Magazine article "A New Generation of Engineers."  Discussing her international experience with AguaClara, "I really loved learning in an active setting and creating things that would directly impact the lives of other people. This experience gave me an idea of how I can accomplish my goals through engineering. Most importantly though, I felt like my work had meaning." [Fall 2015] Read more

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