This year, about 140 engineering students attended the Graduate Engineering Research Showcase (GERS) to share their research ideas across a broad audience. Among them, 17 students are recognized by the multidisciplinary judges from the College of Engineering, including 8 college-level awards (top 3 awards plus 5 honorable mentions) and 9 department-level awards.
Zilan Yang from our group presented the electrochemical selenium removal research work and received an Honorable Mention at the College of Engineering level. Congrats!
Our incoming group member, Ms. Zilan Yang, receives the Walt and Virginia Woltosz Fellowship from the College of Engineering. Zilan will join this summer and start as a Ph.D. student in the Zou lab. Congrats!
I’m appointed as a Via Teaching Scholar this semester at the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. Thrilled to have the opportunity to teach CEE3104 “Introduction to Environmental Engineering”! Looking forward to this journey with 38 undergrads in my class.