Glenn Moglen has been named director of the university’s Occoquan Watershed Monitoring Laboratory in Manassas, Virginia.
Virginia Tech's Environmental and Water Resources Engineering Program offers graduate studies and research opportunities in the planning and design of a broad scope of environmental and water resources projects. The group is composed of 17 faculty members and over 100 graduate students. Ranked 7th at the graduate level by US News and World Reports, it is a nationally recognized program consisting of faculty who excel as teachers and researchers.
A biologist, chemist, environmental engineer, and a biomedical engineer were recently recognized for their commitment to advancing the Virginia Tech’s research initiatives in interdisciplinary science.
John T. Novak has been selected as the 2014 recipient of the Perry L. McCarty/AEESP Founders Award from the Association of Environmental Engineering Scientists and Professors (AEESP).
In the more than two months since the Jan. 9 chemical spill into West Virginia’s Elk River, new findings reveal the nature of the chemicals that were released into the water and then into the air in residents’ houses.