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AEESP Distinguished Lecture Series

Dr. Lutgarde Raskin: “Can engineering controls shape the drinking water microbiome and reduce the risk of opportunistic infections?”

Wednesday, October 24, 2018 - 11:00am, Marston 132

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Multi-disciplinary group developing infrastructure for offshore wind 

A team of scientists including Alison Batesenvironmental conservation and School of Earth & Sustainability, and Sanjay Arwadecivil and environmental engineering, has been awarded an NSF Engineering Research Center (ERC) Planning Grant to identify with industry partners the key priorities for offshore wind. 

Once again the UMass Amherst College of Engineering ranks among the nation’s top engineering programs, climbing this year to No. 33 public in the U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges 2019.

Sierra Magazine, the national magazine of the Sierra Club, has placed the University of Massachusetts Amherst at No. 7 in its 12th annual “Cool Schools” ranking of North America’s greenest colleges and universities (See UMass News Office Story). The College of Engineering certainly must be considered in the forefront of this UMass surge toward the top of greenest schools in North America. A list of just a few recent projects will confirm this fact.