Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences

Hundreds Attend the 2023 Clemson Hydrogeology Symposium

The 2023 Clemson Hydrogeology Symposium had a record number of in-person plus online attendees this year.  On April 6th, the Madren Center was once again filled to capacity with over 470 attendees in person and 150 remote attendees.  The Symposium featured three concurrent sessions with 57 presentations on topics ranging from Geophysics to PFAS Characterization, […]

Big Turnout for Tribute to Tom Keinath

To mark the 50th anniversary of when Dr. Thomas M. Keinath joined Clemson University (1969), the Department held a special seminar and reception in his honor on October 25, 2019.  The featured speaker for the seminar was Dr. Glen Daigger, who is currently serving as a professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering […]

Manufacturers and students to connect at sustainability forum in Greenville

The Sustainable Manufacturing Forum, held on March 12, 2020, in Greenville, SC, will held leading manufacturers in Upstate South Carolina increase their environmental sustainability. Dr. David Ladner, associate professor in Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences, is helping to organize the event. Read more in the Newsstand article about the event here.

AWWA Keeps our Lake Shore Clean

The Clemson student chapter of the American Water Works Association (CUAWWA) conducted their annual lake shore clean-up last week on Lake Hartwell. The group removed about 12 bags of trash from the lake shore in one evening. In addition to keeping our lake clean, the organization also focuses on providing students with networking opportunities in […]

Biosystems Engineering Club Wins Outstanding Chapter Award

The Biosystems Engineering (BE) Club won the “Most Outstanding Student Branch of the Southeastern Chapter of ASABE” award at the recent ASABE Rally meeting at the University of Kentucky. The American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) is a professional society that provides networking opportunities, professional development training, and access to technical resources for […]

CUAWWA Sponsors 2018 Career Panel

The Clemson Student Chapter of the American Water Works Association (CUAWWA) and the Environmental Engineering Club sponsored the seventh annual Career Panel this month. As the group’s signature event, it provides an opportunity for students to network with industry professionals to learn about internships and full time career paths in the fields of environmental/biosystems/civil engineering […]

EEES Graduate Student Attends United Nations Youth Assembly

Amruta Pujari, M.S. student in Environmental Engineering and Science, attended the Youth Assembly at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City from August 8-12, 2017, as a UN delegate. Delegates were selected based on their contributions to sustainable development goals, and delegates were present from 110 countries. Being involved with organizations like Greenpeace, Climate […]

Faculty & Students Attend South Carolina Environmental Conference

Over 20 faculty and students in the department attended the annual South Carolina Environmental Conference (SCEC) from March 12-15, 2017, in Myrtle Beach, SC. The conference, with the theme “For Our Water,” allows for networking with other water researchers in the state by offering presentations, exhibits, awards, and social events. The SCEC is one of […]

Hydrogeology Symposium to be held on April 6, 2017

This year’s annual Hydrogeology Symposium will be held at the Madren Center on April 6, 2017, with field trips on April 5 and 7, and May 4. The field trip topic this year is Geology of Dupont State Forest and the Standingstone Quadrangle, SC and NC. The keynote speaker for the event is Dr. Kamini […]

Hydrogeology symposium to draw hundreds of geology specialists

With 43 presentations covering issues addressing hydrogeology, groundwater quality, and use, the 24th annual David S. Snipes/Clemson Hydrogeology Symposium will draw scientists and engineers from universities, government and industry to the Madren Conference Center at Clemson University on March 31st. Sponsored by Clemson’s Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences department, the symposium will draw 30 commercial […]