The Department of Environmental and Sustainable Engineering is located in the ETEC facility, a new academic and research building that brings academia and innovation together under one roof. Equipped with modern interactive classrooms and state-of-the-art teaching laboratories and equipment, ETEC is a shining example of how the University is incorporating innovative, sustainable technologies into its construction projects while strengthening its academic offerings for students.
The Environmental Teaching Laboratory in the Biology Building is a flexible facility designed for bench-scale experiments and analysis of environmental samples and processes. The facility is host to both upper-level undergraduates and graduate students.
The CEAS Core wet lab analysis facility is a shared wet lab resource supporting research and teaching across the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
Please visit the research page where you can read more about various projects and discover exciting research opportunities for students.