World, Environment & Sustainability
Christian Science Monitor, Dec. 20, 2016 | Villanova stormwater expert Dr. Rob Traver is quoted on green infrastructure topic.
Philadelphia Business Journal – Sept. 26, 2016 | Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE) has paired up with Villanova’s Sustainable Engineering graduate students to help the nation’s major cable companies realize significant energy — and cost — savings.
Multichannel News | The Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers it teaming up with Villanova’s RISE (Resilient Innovation through Sustainable Engineering) Forum to develop an energy assessment tool focused on cable headend and hub facilities.
Environmental Monitor: An EPA grant is supporting rain garden research through the Villanova Urban Stormwater Partnership.
Philadelphia Business Journal, 8/22/16: Aqua America’s water treatment gurus are expanding their expertise beyond the U.S. borders, as the national water utility company embarks on a new partnership with Villanova University.
Aqua America Partners with Villanova University College of Engineering on International Water Infrastructure Projects
The partnership will provide mentorship opportunities, hands-on water quality expertise and foundation support for the College’s international service work.
Villanova students and faculty raise funds to provide training.
GeeksInCambodia.com | 06/17/2016: Villanova Engineering’s Dr. C. Nataraj delivered keynote at Cambodia’s inaugural robotics conference.
The Cambodia Daily: Villanova Engineering’s inexpensive unexploded ordnance removal robot nears completion.
Villanova Engineering is among the City of Philadelphia’s stormwater control partners. │Philadelphia Inquirer
The Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE) and its global arm, the International Society of Broadband Experts (ISBE), have expanded the resource base for the cable industry’s ambitious energy management activities by becoming the newest member of Villanova University’s RISE Forum.
An interdisciplinary Sustainability Studies minor and a master’s degree program in Sustainable Engineering reflect Villanova’s commitment to environmental stewardship.
As one of a select group of the United States’ infrastructure thought leaders, Robert Traver, PhD, participated in a recent American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Sustainability Summit.
Professor Rob Traver, PhD, director of the Villanova Urban Stormwater Partnership, speaks to the options for NYC’s new storm protection system.
In 2009, Alfonso Ortega, PhD, Villanova University Associate Vice President for Research and Graduate Programs, helped to facilitate a relationship between Villanova and the Universidad de Santiago de Chile (USACH).