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Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture Civil and Environmental Engineering Newsletter 2016

Leaders in Food, Energy, Air, and Water Research

PACCAR Environmental Technology Building.The new PACCAR Environmental Technology Building at Washington State University provides a new home for WSU’s leading, longstanding research centers in sustainable design and construction, water quality, and atmospheric sciences that are tackling multifaceted environmental issues through interdisciplinary collaboration. Civil and environmental engineering faculty, graduate students, and staff play major roles in these centers and are housed in the new building.


$3M Grant for Columbia Basin Food, Energy, Water Needs

WSU Studies Pollution Potential of Industrial Nanomaterials

Upcycling: Coal Waste to Concrete

The Road Ahead: Maximizing Transportation Efficiency

WSU Celebrates New PACCAR Environmental Technology Building

Finding the Right Balance

Jessica Howe rows a boat with her teammates.Focusing the power of her passions led Jessica Howe to WSU.

Students Dive Into Research

Students Nathan Sparks and Brandon Daub adjust sensors on a rooftop.While many students spent their summer working, traveling, or catching Pokémon, Nathan Sparks and Jared Ribail, two Washington State University civil engineering students, got a taste of the world of research through WSU’s summer research program.

Given a Second Chance, Bell Returns the Favor

WSU Alum Bob BellGiven an extra hand a time or two, Bob Bell (’66 B.S. CE) is a believer in second chances — he is now returning the favor for other students through the Bell scholarship.

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