News and Events

News  

Rob Krueger was named Assistant Dean of the Arts & Sciences and has been charged with developing WPI’s visibility and opportunities around water issues. Learn more…

Patrick Malone, who is pursuing his MS in Environmental Engineering at WPI, was awarded a national scholarship through the American Water Works Association. AWWA and its members recognize the importance of investing in students as the future of the water industry. Learn more… 

Abigail Charest, PhD Candidate in Civil Engineering, has been awarded a 2013 Richard A. Herbert Memorial Scholarship from the American Water Resources Association. The scholarship fund is used for the enhancement of education in water resources. Learn more…

Events  

Dean Kashmanian Oates will travel and participate in the international World Water Week symposium in Stockholm August 31 through September 5. Learn more…

There will be a New England Graduate Student Water Symposium at UMass Amherst. The UMass student organizers are asking for abstracts on water & wastewater treatment technologies, water chemistry & microbiology, hydrology, water resources, water quality modeling, and more. Learn more…   

Dean Kashmanian Oates recently presented at the American Water Works Association Meeting, showcasing the work being done in the Water Resource Center at WPI.

 
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