Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences

EEES Office Manager Honored at College Staff Awards

Congratulations to Ellen Sharpe, Office Manager for EEES, who received one of two top staff awards from the College of Engineering, Computing, and Applied Sciences (CECAS).  The award was presented at the annual CECAS staff luncheon on December 1, 2017 in The Madren Center Ballroom.  Ellen came to EEES in 2014 via the Chemistry Department.  […]

Medical-imaging techniques could aid waste clean-up

A team of Clemson researchers led by Dr. Brian Powell was recently featured in the news section for the Department of Energy’s Office of Science.  Powell is the Principal Investigator on a $5.25M project that has developed a deeper understanding of how waste radionuclides behave when released to the environment. This project is further highlighted […]

Supercomputer Upgrade to Benefit Nuclear Materials Research

Clemson University’s acclaimed supercomputer, the Palmetto Cluster, will be receiving a $1 million upgrade funded by the National Science Foundation. Lindsay Shuller-Nickles’ research group is a heavy user of Clemson University’s Palmetto cluster, which ranks in the top eight U.S. academic supercomputers according to the Top 500 ranking.  The supercomputer enables Dr. Shuller-Nickles and her […]

Students Experience Geology of Oregon with Professor Brame

Nine students enrolled in GEOL 3700 spent two weeks in August 2017 exploring the geology of Oregon with Professor Scott Brame.  They spent a week traveling south from Portland down the coast and then a week coming back north up through the Cascade Mountains.  Oregon offers an actively evolving geologic experience as it sits on […]