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Gannon's Environmental Engineering program takes learning outside the classroom. With the university's proximity to Lake Erie, students gain ample hands-on experience in the field. Pursue a practical and real-world education to become a future environmental leader with a career that gives back to the community and leaves the world a better place.
Gain real-world knowledge through key environmental engineering courses including:
Water Quality Lab: Use equipment and techniques to assess quality parameters of surface and ground water.
Environmental Toxicology Lab: Gain experience collecting and analyzing air, water and soil samples. Activities have included conducting water quality monitoring onboard the research vessel, The Environaut.
Water and Waste Water Treatment Lab: Study an engineering approach to water quality protection and the principles and design of systems for treating municipal drinking and waste water.
“Gannon’s Environmental Science and Engineering Department places an emphasis on success. The best aspect is its professors and their willingness to help students. They care and want you to do well post-graduation, which is very reassuring.”
Phone: 814-871-7240Toll Free: 1-800-426-6668
Office Location:Gitnik Manse162 W. Sixth St.
Hwidong KimAssociate ProfessorChairperson
Varun KasaraneniAssistant Professor
Christopher MagnoAssociate Professor
Michael BovaAdjunct Lecturer
David GeorgeAdjunct Lecturer
David HochAdjunct Lecturer
Joseph HudsonAdjunct Lecturer
Matthew WolfordAdjunct Lecturer
David WolterAdjunct Lecturer