World, Environment & Sustainability
More than 300 attendees from the public sector and private practice enjoyed presentations, breakout sessions and campus tours around the theme of Resilient Stormwater Systems.
Villanova engineers have worked with the Golden West Humanitarian Foundation on bomb disposal in Cambodia.
Villanova Engineering’s Dr. Rob Traver is interviewed about the new rain gardens along I-95 in Philadelphia.
Villanova’s first-of-its-kind Sustainable Engineering program is recognized in this article about Sustainable Development Goals.
KYW News Radio interviewed Dr. Rob Traver about Villanova’s work with PennDOT on I-95 stormwater management.
How Philly can avoid flooding like Houston's after Hurricane Harvey│Philadelphia Inquirer, Sept. 7, 2017
After publishing a story about an I-95 stormwater project involving Rob Traver, the Philadelphia Inquirer’s editorial board wrote this op-ed tying the topic to the flooding that resulted from Hurricane Harvey.
Explosions Rock Arkema Plant in Crosby, TX Following Hurricane Harvey Flooding | 6ABC Philadelphia, August 31, 2017
Dr. Noelle Comolli, professor and chair of Villanova’s Chemical Engineering department, was interviewed by ABC News about a chemical plant explosion in TX.
Those surprising gardens along I-95 in Fishtown? They'll manage Olympic amounts of stormwater | Philadelphia Inquirer, September 1, 2017
Villanova Engineering is working with PennDOT on I-95 stormwater management.
Dr. Rob Traver, director of the Villanova Urban Stormwater Partnership, responds to Trump Administration’s order rescinding a directive requiring agencies to withhold funding for projects that fail to address the risks of building in a floodplain.
The country formally approved a Villanova-designed STEM curriculum for students; now work has begun on teacher training.
KYW Radio reports on Villanova Engineering’s work on bomb disposal robot.