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Environmental Sciences and Engineering News

David Leith wins 2005 Distinguished Teaching Award for Post-Baccalaureate Instruction

February 04, 2005 The Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering is extremely pleased to announce Professor David Leith is the recipient of a 2005 Distinguished Teaching Award for Post-Baccalaureate Instruction*. The committee was greatly impressed by the abundant evidence they found for his outstanding contributions to post-baccalaureate teaching on campus. Both students and faculty colleagues… Read more »

In Memoriam

January 31, 2005 Frances M. Lynn 1944-2005 Professor Frances M. Lynn passed away after a long battle with cancer on January 18, 2005. Fran joined the Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering as a faculty member in 1983. Fran started the Environmental Resource Program which provided university expertise on environmental and public health issues to… Read more »

ESE Alumni, Terry Rolan, elected President of AWWA

January 24, 2005 ESE Alumni, Terry Rolan (MSPH, 1974), was recently elected president of the American Water Works Association, an organization of more than 50,000 members representing utilities, consulting engineers, regulators, and researchers involved in water supply. Please visit their website (http://www.awwa.org/communications/mainstream/2005/Jan18/Lead01preselectrolan.cfm) for more information.For further information please contact Rebecca Riggsbee Lloyd by email at… Read more »

ESE Alumni attend AWWA’s Conference

January 13, 2005 The following alumni attended AWWA’s recent (November 2004) Water Quality and Technology Conference in San Antonio, TX. Many gave papers, along with Dr. Philip Singer and current graduate students Aaron Archer and Brian Carrico.Alexa Obolensky (MS- 12/01/1994) Susan Teefy (MSENV-12/01/1998 Fu-Jhy Hsu (MSPH-12/01/94, PHD-8/01/97) David Battigelli (MSPH-8/01/93, PHD-5/01/02) Des Lawler (MSENV-8/01/75, PHD-5/01/80)… Read more »

Engineers Without Borders

January 13, 2005 A chapter of Engineers Without Borders was founded in the Fall semester of 2004 at Carolina by students in Environmental Sciences and Engineering. EWB is an association of students, practicing engineers, and scientists who are dedicated to using their skills to improve conditions in developing countries. EWB projects are typically design, construction,… Read more »

Nora Han defends her final MSEE Technical report

January 11, 2005 Nora Han’s final oral defense of her MSEE Technical report will be held Wednesday, January 12 at 9:00AM in 1304 McGavran-Greenberg. Full details are as follows:MSENV Technical Report Final Oral Defense Nora J. Han Compliance with the Stage 2 Disinfection By-Products Rule for Eleven Water Utilities in North Carolina Tuesday, January 11th,… Read more »

ESE Students win Poster Awards

January 10, 2005 Several ESE Students won poster awards at recent meetings. Tom Gallo (MS-Paerl Advisor) and Sara K. McMillan (PhD-Wetzel Advisor) each won Outstanding Student Poster Awards at the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography 2004 Summer Meeting held at the Savannah International Trade & Convention Center, in Savannah, Georgia on June 13-18, 2004…. Read more »

Russell Bowen (PhD, Rappaport) wins 2004 $5,000 Industrial Hygiene Scholarship from 3M

January 04, 2005 3M awards four $5,000 scholarships to industrial hygiene students each year. The awards are based on achievement and contributions in the field of industrial hygiene. Russell Bowen was awarded the scholarship based on his previous experience as an industrial hygienist and his credentials of being a certified industrial hygienist (CIH). The scholarship… Read more »

Dr. Philip C. Singer elected as Vice President of AEESP

January 04, 2005 Dr. Philip C. Singer was elected Vice President of the Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors. The organization represents 750+ faculty members at affiliates at educational institutions in the US. Go to http://www.aeesp.org/org/management.html for more information.For further information please contact Rebecca Riggsbee Lloyd by email at Rebecca_Lloyd@unc.edu  

Dr. Philip C. Singer to present John McClanahan Henske Distinguished Lecture at Yale

January 04, 2005 Dr. Philip C. Singer has been invited to present the John McClanahan Henske Distinguished Lecture in Environmental Engineering at Yale University in March 2005.For further information please contact Rebecca Riggsbee Lloyd by email at Rebecca_Lloyd@unc.edu