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A Green Infrastructure Research Lab Grows at Villanova |U.S. News & World Report, 9/13/19
Dr. Bridget Wadzuk, professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, reflects on how changes in weather patterns, particularly increased rainfall, make stormwater a crucial environmental issue. The article also highlights the research being done on Villanova’s campus.
More than 25 College of Engineering undergraduates and graduate students, representing every department, participated in Villanova’s annual Student Research Symposium, sponsored by the University’s Center for Research and Fellowships.
Dr. Andrea Welker, PE, professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, lends her expertise to the discussion of the ongoing Sunoco-era cleanup at the Philadelphia Energy Solutions complex where toxic pollutants have poured onto 1,300 acres in South Philadelphia for over 150 years.
Despite only receiving his PhD one year ago, Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering Dr. Xun Jiao has already been recognized with two awarded papers in the field of embedded and cyber-physical computer systems.
Mechanical Engineering's Dr. Qianhong Wu has developed and patented a smart brain that can demonstrate the effects of head injury.