Bruder, Golin win at Women in Clean Energy Symposium

School of Civil and Environmental Engineering graduate students won two of the three poster awards at last month’s Women in Clean Energy Symposium.

Monday, October 13, 2014

Girl Scouts' camp a test bed for turning tides into electricity

The Girl Scouts are considering building an “eco-village” on the island they own along Georgia’s coast, and they want to harness the ebb and flow of the tide to power it. The camp would be a place for young girls to learn about sustainability and green energy, and as part of that, the organization wants it to be completely self-sustaining. They’ve turned to Kevin Haas to help. Haas studies tidal energy and is an associate professor in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

Wednesday, September 24, 2014


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