Created as an MS Capstone Project by Kevin Hettrich (MBA-MS 2012), the Spring issue features an article written by Megan Guy (MBA-MS 2010).
New eight-building complex for the Graduate School of Business provides an outstanding example of green construction.
The steering committee, co-chaired by E-IPER Affiliated Faculty Chris Field, is studying the future of Searsville Dam and Reservoir.
E-IPER Affiliated Faculty Margot Gerritsen says there is a critical need for energy literacy in the United States.
E-IPER Alum Amy Pickering is lead author on a paper discussing the relationship between collecting clean water and the health of children in sub-Saharan Africa.
E-IPER's latest newsletter features updates on alumni and much more!
E-IPER Lecturer Thomas Hayden discusses the need to have open dialogue about climate change issues.
E-IPER's Naylor, Shilling, and Mankin discuss agriculture and security at National Council for Science and Environment conference.
E-IPER's Freyberg, Kennedy, Thompson, Cravens, Oakes and Ulibarri lead 12 students through the Grand Canyon for a hands-on water course.