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
David Williams, M.S.

David Williams, M. S.

Director of Retention
College of Engineering