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Environmental Sciences and Engineering News

Daniel A. Okun presents lecture at Duke

November 10, 2004 Daniel A. Okun, Kenan Professor of Environmental Engineering, Emeritus made a presentation for the Duke Institute for Learning in Retirement in their Science & Technology Lecture Series: Environmental Issues. November 2, 2004. Title: “Why Are More Than a Billion people in Asia, Africa, and Latin America Without Safe Drinking Water?”For further information… Read more »

Dan Okun to present at NC AWWA-WEA meeting

November 10, 2004 Daniel A. Okun, Kenan Professor of Environmental Engineering, Emeritus will make a presentation at the Annual Conference of the North Carolina American Water Works Association and the Water Environment Association at Charlotte, NC on November 15, 2004. Title: “A Future for Water Reclamation: Increased Water and Better Drinking Water.” For more information… Read more »

ESE Faculty Recognized by WaterPartners

November 01, 2004 Environmental Science and Engineering Faculty received a plaque of thanks in recognition of valuable contributions to The 2004 Triangle Water for Life Event Benefiting WaterPartners International. For more information on WaterPartners visit their website, http://www.water.org/.For further information please contact Rebecca Riggsbee Lloyd by email at Rebecca_Lloyd@unc.edu  

Brian L. Ramaley recipient of the 2004 Distinguished Alumnus Award

October 26, 2004 The Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering is pleased to announce Mr. Brian L. Ramaley, Director of Newport News Waterworks, as the recipient of the ESE Distinguished Alumnus Award for 2004 and featured guest at the Department’s annual Fall Picnic held October 1, 2004. Mr. Ramaley (Masters of Science in Environmental Sciences… Read more »

Dan Gatti appointed ESE’s Computing Consultant

October 25, 2004 Dan Gatti was recently recruited from Howard Weinberg’s lab staff to serve as the Department’s Computing Consultant.For further information please contact Rebecca Riggsbee Lloyd by email at Rebecca_Lloyd@unc.edu  

Dan Gatti named “Best of the Triangle”

October 25, 2004 Dan Gatti was named in the Independent Weekly’s “Best of the Triangle” for his work with P4P, or Pedals for Progress. P4P collects donated bicycles in any condition, repairs them, and ships them to poor and developing nations abroad.For further information please contact Rebecca Riggsbee Lloyd by email at Rebecca_Lloyd@unc.edu  

ESE’s Environmental Engineering now 5th in 2005 U.S. News & World Report rankings

April 07, 2004 The Environmental Engineering specialty within the Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering (ESE) in the School of Public Health is ranked fifth in the nation in the newly released U.S. News and World Report 2005 edition of “America’s Best Graduate Schools.” In gathering the data to rank schools in the category of… Read more »