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Professor Daigger contributes to National Academy study on science and technology

Professor Glen Daigger is a member of the Committee on Science and Technology Capabilities at the Department of State, which produced the study, entitled “Diplomacy for the 21st Century: Embedding a Culture of Science and Technology Throughout the Department of State.”|Short Read
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Professor Clack in new video

Associate Professor Herek Clack is featured in a new video from MConneX titled, “Mercury in the Air.”|Short Read
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Professor Gronewold writes Great Lakes article for EOS

Adjunct Assistant Professor Drew Gronewold recently wrote an article for EOS titled, “Water Levels Surge on Great Lakes.”|Short Read
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Professor El-Tawil in a new research video

Professor Sherif El-Tawil is in a new video from MConneX titled, “Using virtual reality to train future engineers.”|Short Read
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Professor Gronewald explains Great Lakes levels rebound

Adjunct Professor Drew Gronewald spoke with Michigan Radio’s Environment Report about the Great Lakes water level recovery.|Short Read
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Professor Raskin chosen to lecture at WEFTEC

The Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors (AEESP) Lecturers Committee has chosen Professor Lutgarde Raskin to give one of two prestigious lectures at WEFTEC.|Short Read
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Emmy Award for Fracktopia documentary

Michigan Engineering's short documentary Fracktopia has won an Emmy Award from the Michigan chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.|Short Read
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Professor Love on Michigan Radio

Michigan Radio’s Environment Report spoke with Professor Nancy Love about trace chemicals found in drinking water and about how sewage treatment plants can protect fish from the chemicals in the water.|Short Read
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Professor Everett continues to row with his 1980 Olympics team

Professor John Everett is a member of the 1980 U.S. Olympic rowing team that never had a chance to compete in the Games. That year, President Jimmy Carter decided the United States would boycott the 1980 Olympic Games in Moscow because of the Soviet Union's invasion of Afghanistan. |Short Read
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IWA President’s lecture will be online

The 2013 Richart Lecture, presented by International Water Association (IWA) President Dr. Glen Daigger, will be available online through MConneX.|Short Read
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Professor Ellis discusses fracturing in Scientific American

A recent article in Scientific American entitled, “Secrets of Fracking Fluids Pave Way for Cleaner Recipe,” referenced Professor Brian Ellis.|Short Read
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Professor Kerkez explains how wildfires affect water supply

In a new video from MConneX, Assistant Professor Branko Kerkez discusses the impact of wildfires on water supply.|Short Read