WELCOME from the ESE Program Director Prof. Marco J. Castaldi
Please see representing video about us (https://drive.google.com/file/d/1d5h85clvwiVpFkjaPvKE_YmzB3gnleOh/view)
ESE Program together with Earth Engineering Center co-hosted the conference Rethinking the Way We Manage, Repurpose Waste (https://www.waste360.com/recycling/rethinking-way-we-manage-repurpose-waste)
Human activity is increasingly perturbing our fragile environment by depleting our natural resources, destroying ecosystems and accelerating climate change. A sustainable planet requires engineers and scientists to understand the impact of their decisions on built and natural systems.
Prof. Marco Castaldi will be featured on today’s broadcast. Wednesday, July 31, 2019 at 3pm to WHCR-90.3FM to From City to the World, hosted by CCNY President Vince Boudreau, discussing sustainability and waste management.To listen to or watch From City to the World tune in to WHCR-90.3FM or go to www.whcr.org and click on the From City to the World banner at the top of the home page.
Sardar Kh. and Caroline Sch. were awarded Colin Powell Fellowship
Koffi Ap. was awarded NOAA EPP fellowship
ESE senior Rafael Arias was awarded prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, a grant program that enables students of limited financial means to study or intern abroad, gaining skills critical to national security and economic competitiveness https://www.ccny.cuny.edu/news/travel-awaits-six-ccny-gilman-scholars
ADVISING for Fall 2019 started!
Please join us with congratulations to ESE alumna Agata Bugala with the NYWEA award
Internship opportunity https://www.ccny.cuny.edu/enveng/ese-students-internship-sims-recycling-facility
Role of plastics in decoupling municipal solid waste and economic growth in the U.S.
is named the Great Grad 2018
Lawrence Vulis (NASA ESSF) and Stanley Ko (NSF GRFP)
ENGR I9500 Professional Seminar and Special Topics in Earth Systems & Environmental Engineering
is named the Great Grad 2017
ESE led Interdisciplinary Team Wins First Prize from EPA
How can stormwater runoff be effectively managed while benefiting the campus community and environment? In designing a solution, CCNY students won first prize for their innovative green infrastructure project in the EPA 2017 Campus RainWorks Challenge.
Please congratulate Lawrence, Agata and Alexander!