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News and Highlights
Andrea Dietrich is invited to National Cheng Kung University, in Taiwan from Nov 26-Dec 2, 2012, to join a team of international water quality experts in editing the book, Our Exponential Phase of Understanding Taste and Odor Problems.
The William Preston Society, comprised of former members of the Board of Visitors, and current and past presidents, established the William Preston Society Thesis Award to recognize graduate students whose thesis presents the best original research with potential to benefit all people.
Scheduled on October 5th, 2012, Dr. Vikesland will discuss his research involving nanotechnology. Graduating from the University of Iowa, Dr. Vikesland’s graduate advisor was Dr. Richard Valentine. For more information, please see the Unviersity of Iowa's material by clicking on the news article title.
Departmental News and Highlights
Betty P. Wingate
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
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