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Sara Glade

Recent Armour College of Engineering Alumna Sara Glade (ChE, ‘15, M.S. EnvE, ‘15) was awarded a 2016 National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship. This prestigious fellowship includes individuals who have gone on to make breakthroughs in their areas of expertise and been honored as Nobel laureates.

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Recent Armour College of Engineering graduate Sara Glade (ChE, ‘15, M.S. EnvE, ‘15) and Krishna Pagilla, Professor of Environmental Engineering had their research paper, Review of Decision-Making Support Tools for Water Treatment Technologies in Developing Countries, published by the American Water Works Association (AWWA).

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Having access to clean water is one of the most important problems facing the world today. Three female engineering students have recently been awarded scholarships to help solve this problem by preparing them for a career in the water industry. Laura Haak, Sara Glade and Anne Crotteau were all awarded water industry scholarships this Spring.

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Sara Glade (ChE, 5th year) was awarded the Illinois Section American Water Works Association (ISAWWA) Safe Water Scholarship. ISAWWA awards scholarships each year to fulfill it’s mission to educate the general public on the essential functions and importance of the water industry, the water cycle and water treatment, and the career paths in the water industry. She was awarded the scholarship at WATERCON2015 the ISAWWA Conference that was held in Springfield, IL from March 23-26.

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The IIT chapter of Engineers Without Borders recently had a case study published in a special edition of the International Journal for Service Learning in Engineering, Humanitarian Engineering and Social Entrepreneurship (IJSLE) focusing on the critical analyses and reflection of university engineering programs that impact communities.

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