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Emily Berglund

Mar 9, 2023

Research update: How do communities comply with water advisories during pipe breaks?

A water main breaks every two minutes in the U.S., wasting more than two trillion gallons of treated drinking water annually, according to the American Society of Civil Engineers 2021… 

Apr 11, 2022

CCEE Ph.D. student receives Outstanding Student Presentation Award from AGU

CCEE Ph.D. student Morgan DiCarlo received an Outstanding Student Presentation Award in the Science and Society section for her presentation “Survey Exploring Water Utility Approaches to Smart Technologies and Customer Complaint… 

Dec 2, 2020

Four CCEE PhD students chosen for prestigious Rising Stars program to prepare for teaching and research careers

Four of our graduate students were chosen for the prestigious CEE 2020 Rising Stars program held this year at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU). They include Sadia Afrin, mentored by Fernando… 

Mar 9, 2018

Symposium displays breadth and depth of department’s research activities

The 18th annual Environmental, Water Resources and Coastal (EWC) Engineering Graduate Research Symposium was held on March 2nd in the Duke Energy Hall at Centennial Campus’ Hunt Library. This year’s… 

Mar 27, 2017

We are Women in Engineering (We are WE) holds annual event

We are WE Keynote Speaker outlines her unique path to a successful research career. Dr. Nina Stark delivered a high energy, often humorous, and engaging keynote speech at the 2017… 

Aug 15, 2016

Studying the ‘Yuck Factor’ of Reclaimed Wastewater

Dr. Emily Berglund is working with communications professor Andy Binder to develop a model for how municipalities could invest in treating wastewater and delivering it to homes for non-potable uses.…