The Center for Energy and Environmental Sustainability (CEES) is offering scholarships to engineering or science students interested in pursuing a minor in Energy Engineering. Energy engineering which involves research with fossil fuels, alternate energy sources and environmental sustainability has tremendous potential and high demand for graduates with this background. CEES is very excited to offer
Ashley Leiva, Author at C.E.E.S.
After a prolific Phase I, CEES is now seeking funding for Phase II and submitted the NSF proposal February 10th to advance their integrated, multidisciplinary research and education in renewable energy production and sustainability. The CEES team will bring together 13 faculty researchers across 3 colleges and 7 departments, as well as collaborators from academia, industry,
CEES graduate student, Ms. Melisa Stewart received the first place award for her oral presentation (Carbon Capture with a Novel Solid Adsorbent of Polyethyleneimine Impregnated Titanate nanotubes) at the Emerging Researchers National (ERN) Conference in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) held February 25-27 in Washington, DC. The conference is hosted by the American Association