Environmental Resources Engineering

ERFSA (Emeritus Retired Faculty & Staff Association) Grant winner, Christa L. Meingast

Christa L. Meingast, Assistant Professor from the Engineering Department, was awarded a grant for a soil remediation study in distributed environments. Infectious diseases are a significant threat to public health.

Effects of vancomycin and tobramycin on compressive and tensile strengths of antibiotic bone cement: A biomechanical study

Drs. JuEun Lee and Joshua Steimel recently published a paper in the Journal of Orthopaedics.

Eileen Cashman and Margaret Lang (School of Engineering)

Drs. Eileen Cashman and Margaret Lang received funding from Caltrans to investigate current and anticipated climate conditions on the Arcata/Eureka corridor, a roadway that’s experiencing one of the fastest rates of relative sea level rise on the entire U.S. west coast.

Dr. Margaret Lang, School of Engineering

Dr. Margaret Lang received funding from the National Park Service to assess the condition of culverts (tunnel structures under roadways that provide cross drainage) throughout Redwood National Park.

Society for the Study of Social Problems (SSSP) Best Paper Award in Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation to Meenal Rana, Beth Phelps, and Lonny Grafman

Meenal Rana, with co-authors, Beth Phelps and Lonny Grafman, has received the SSSP Best Paper Award in Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation for the paper, “Youth-Adult Partnership in Social Entrepreneurship and Community Engagement: A Case Study of Daula Village in India.” at the Society's annual

School of Engineering Students Successful in International Math Competition

For over two decades, School of Engineering students have competed in the Consortium for Mathematics and Its Applications (COMAP) annual Mathematical Modeling Contest (MCM) and Interdisciplinary Contest in Modeling (ICM).  Over 11,000 teams from thousands of universities and 21 different c

Published a paper: "Bacterial mobility and motility in porous media mimicked by microspheres"

In collaboration with University of Arkansas, we recently published a journal paper at Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces.

Published a paper (selected as the editor's choice): "Study of an Industrial Scale Counter Pressure Casting Process Using an Advanced Thermal-Stress Model"

Dr. Jun Ou, as a corresponding author, recently published a journal article which investigated the industrial scale Counter Pressure Casting (CPC) process at the journal Metallurgical and Materials Transactions B.

Dr. Robert Gearheart, Environmental Resources Engineering

Dr. Robert Gearheart received a grant from the City of Arcata to continue the implementation of a wastewater engineering project.