Left to right: Liam Bernier, Jenna Bogaczyk, Becca Viguers, Professor Brown
Left to right: Ali Alinkis, Ali AlQarni, Mana Almansour
On Tuesday, January 24, civil engineering students Ali Alinkis, Ali Alquarni, Mana Almansour, Liam Bernier, Jenna Bogaczyk, and Becca Viguers joined Professor Todd Brown at the Annual Conference of the New England Water Environment Association in Boston. The annual event is recognized as the place in New England to convene the brightest minds and the most innovative water quality solutions.
This prestigious conference, which consistently attracts over 2000 engineers, consultants, scientists, operators and students features a variety of technical sessions and over 200 exhibitor displays. The conference provides an opportunity for professional exchange of information and state-of-the-art concepts in wastewater treatment and other water environment issues.
The students learned about pumps, valves and other wastewater industry equipment in the exhibit hall and attended various technical presentations on current water quality topics. They also began expanding their professional network, meeting water quality professionals from around the region.
Students interested in similar opportunities in the environmental field are welcome to contact Professor Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Todd M. Brown, P.E.
Applied Assistant Professor of Engineering
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING,
TECHNOLOGY, AND ARCHITECTURE