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Why did you choose to pursue engineering as a career? When I chose to go into engineering, I wasn’t sure if it would be the right fit for me. I didn’t know any engineers, but I really loved math and science and was looking for a path that would allow me to make a positive […]
Congratulations to the winning team Aquatech Solutions for their exploration of using water treatment residuals to remove phosphorus by addition to wastewater. The team consisted of (from left to right) Trudy Miller, Danielle Gutwillinger, Matthew Waldie, Leah MacGillivray, Kelsey Baker and Travis Reid (missing from photo). Their design project focused on the analysis of different […]
by Laura Fredrickson and Ivo Handjiyski If you can engineer in the Arctic, you can engineer anywhere. Have you ever thought about building a road in an area with thawing permafrost? How about transporting water to and from a treatment facility under extreme weather conditions? These are just a few of the trials that engineers […]
The Nak’azdli Whu’ten First Nation and the District of Fort St. James have a better understanding of their wastewater treatment options thanks to the work of three UNBC Environmental Engineering students. Allison Matfin, Kathleen Horita and Maureen Long spent four months using the knowledge they’ve gained in the classroom and information gathered through consultations with […]