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The Engineering Environmental Institute (EEI) was launched in 1999 as a part of the development of the Penn State Institutes of the Environment. In support of these environmentally-focused activities at Penn State, the EEI:
Provides a central focus for the activities by engineering faculty and staff on environmentally relevant topics
Promotes the engineering of environmentally sustainable systems and technologies
Facilitates collaborations of engineering faculty with others across the campus
Serves as the institute within engineering that coordinates activities with the Penn State Institutes of the Environment.
May 28, 2009 Logan receives water award
NWRI announces Logan as recipient of 2009 Clarke Prize
March 28, 2007 Two Environmental Engineering Students Awarded Fellowships
 Douglas Call and Rachel Wagner have been selected to receive fellowships from NSF's Graduate Research Fellowship Program.
30, 2006
The name of the Penn State Institutes of the Environment has been changed to the Penn State Institutes of Energy and the Environment, effective immediately, as approved by the Board of Trustees. William E. Easterling has served as director of the institutes for the past five years and will continue as director with an expanded here to read more
An interdisciplinary team of students and faculty assembled through Penn State's Center for Sustainability has gained acceptance into the 2007 Solar Decathlon, an international collegiate here to read more
27 , 2006
Logan selected as top 50 trendsetter by PUBLIC WORKS magazine.
19 , 2006
Researchers use corn waste to generate electricity
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5, 2006
Call for propsals for Engenious activities
Due date: May 1, 2006. Click here for more information
Sample proposal attached
4, 2006
Explore the topic of "thermoacoustic refrigeration" and what it means for keeping your ice cream cold. Click here to read more
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October 7, 2005 Research Penn State highlights Hydrogen Energy Center activities ... click here to read more
October 7, 2005 Bruce Logan wins Popular Mechanics award  ... Click here to read more
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