AEESP Foundation Grants Help School Students Understand Environmental Engineering and Science Through Hands-On Training

Friday, October 13, 2017

The AEESP Foundation provides small awards that allow individuals and/or organizations to utilize expertise garnered from research and teaching at the university level to improve K-12 instruction, with the goal of preparing students to be future environmental engineers. A maximum of three awards of up to $750 each will be provided each year.

The following final reports were submitted by two grant recipients on how their funding helped educate local students in their community.  AEESP will continue to post reports like these as more grant recipients conclude their projects.  If you would like more information about AEESP Foundation's Grant Program, please visit their website here.

1) Beyond UTBiome: Preparing Our Future Scientists and Engineers, Juan P. Maestre, Ph.D., Research Associate, University of Texas at Austin

2) Introducing High School Students and Teachers to Environmental Nanotechnology Through Hand-On Activities, Sung Hee Joo, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, University of Miami