We have a facebook page! It’s another great way to stay in touch with Ecological Engineering Student Society activities! Just click here and join the group!
EESS has some exciting things going on this year. Last spring we received funding from Department Head, John Bolte, to renovate our greenhouse on the roof of Weniger Hall. Our main focus this year will be to fix up the infrastructure of the house, gather resources for club members and start a few projects. It will be a sort of informal laboratory that is climate controlled so we can have a variety of experiments and cultures to work with. Eventually we hope to have plants, fish tanks, basins, and composting worms on hand as resources for projects. I will be leading the effort to build open source sensor equipment so we can monitor the climate and projects, like a model wetland for processing waste water. Please let me know if you want to get involved in this! And you can contact Isaiah if you’re interested in the wetland.
Our first meeting will be on Wednesday October 9th in the Gilmore Lounge. We will be providing pizza and drinks.
Hope to see you there!
Gilmore Student Lounge
The Ecological Engineering Student Society is hosting a student advising session for undergrads in ECOE . Seniors in the program will be answering questions and talking about their experiences in different classes. This session will help you decide which classes to take and when, and what to expect in upper division required classes. This is also a good opportunity to connect with other students in the program and to check out EESS, the Ecological Engineering club. I hope to see you all there!