Student Research Motivated by Mercer On Mission
Mercer On Mission 2009 - Kenya
Mercer On Mission 2010 - Kenya
Mercer On Mission 2011 - Ethiopia
Mercer On Mission 2012 - Kenya
Mercer On Mission 2013 - Uganda
Mercer On Mission 2014 - Uganda
Mercer On Mission 2015 - Kenya
Mercer On Mission 2016 - Ecuador
Mercer On Mission 2017 - Ecuador
Pictures of some award-winning Environmental Engineering Students
Tau Beta Pi Award 2010 - Andrew Wohlrabe with Dr. Phil McCreanor
2011 EVE Outstanding Graduate - Luke Bragg 2012 EVE Outstanding Graduate - Jared Wozny
Andrew Jones BSE BME, MSE EVE - 2012 and Wallace DuVall Excellence in Leadership Award
Thesis: Equilibrium and Kinetic Analysis of Fluroide Adsorption on Bone Charcoal
Honors Thesis: Effects of Wind and Effective Emissivity of the Cover on a Passive Solar Still: A Theoretical and Experimental Study
Kristen Wyckoff, BSE/MSE EVE, 2013 and 2013 EVE Outstanding Graduate
Thesis: The Development of a Point-of-Use Biological Sand Filter with an Added Activated Carbon Layer for Applications in the Mekong Delta
ASEE SE 2011 Poster: The Impact of Metallic Biocide and User Compliance on the Effectiveness of Biological Sand Filtration, 3 rd place, Individual Research , ASEE SE Section Annual Conference, Student Poster Competition, The Citadel, Charleston, SC, April 10-12, 2011.
Hyde, Elizabeth, L.W. Lackey, R.O. Mines, L. Sumner, and K. Wyckoff, “Providing Sub-Saharan Africans with Drinking Water through Service Learning,” Conference Best Paper Award , ASEE SE Section Annual Conference, The Citadel, Charleston, SC, April 10-12, 2011.
M. Erin Brett, BSE/MSE EVE, 2014 and 2015. 2014 EVE Outstanding Graduate
Thesis: Field Study Investigating the Potential of Water Quality Testing to Predict Corrosion in Boreholes in Northern Uganda
2014 ASEE SE Manuscript: The Influence of Metallic Biocide Concentration on the Deactivation Rate of Coliforms in River Water, Proceedings of the 2014 ASEE SE Conference, Macon, GA.
2013 Water & Health Conference: Where Science Meets Policy Poster presentation: The Influence of Metallic Biocide Concentration on the Time of Deactivation of Coliforms in River Water.
Christie Hutchison, BSE/MSE EVE, 2015 EVE Outstanding Graduate
Thesis: The Potential Application of Duckbill Check Valves in Low-Cost Handpumps used in the Developing World
Andrew A. Wohlrabe. 2015 MS EVE Graduate.
Thesis: The Development of a Low-Cost, Lead Free Wellpoint Drilling System for Use in Household Well Systems in Coastal Areas of Madagascar
Kyla Semmendinger - Environmental Engineering Student and 2017 Goldwater Award Winner