Engineering a Green World

Are you a future Engineer who is ecologically conscious and interested in principles for sustainable and environmentally-friendly engineering? Are you fascinated by how alternative energies and/or biofuels can be used in engineering? If you answered "yes," Engineering a Green World is for you!

As a member of this community, you will take introductory courses alongside your community peers, while focusing on questions of how engineering practices can make a "greener" world.

You'll also have the opportunity to participate in our signature events such as Steak & Eggs—a steak dinner with College of Engineering faculty and a competition building protection casing for dropping eggs off the top of Abel Hall—and trips to tour engineering companies and organizations.

Community Details
Open To: Any first-year student interested in principles of sustainability in an engineering contexts
Location: University Suites
Courses: Fall:
ENGR 10: Freshman Engineering Seminar
Calculus (MATH 106 or MATH 107)
Meet the Faculty Sponsor

Dr. Hunter Flodman

Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
College of Engineering

Michael Loehring

Senior Director for Student Services
College of Engineering