Dr. Daniel Oerther, professor of civil, architectural and environmental engineering, has been elevated to a fellow of the Society of Environmental Engineers in the United Kingdom.
Fellowship is granted by the governing council on the recommendation of the Fellows Selection Committee to those members who have attained career distinction for significant engineering achievements. Originally established in 1959, the SEE enables collaboration, knowledge sharing and skill development among engineers and technical staff in environmental engineering disciplines and sectors.
“Recognition by the Society of Environmental Engineers provides me with an enhanced global platform to promote the aspirations of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals through worldwide engagement, and affords an opportunity to bring a global world view to my students in Rolla,” Oerther says.
Election to fellowship is a public acknowledgement of a person’s distinctive accomplishment in engineering or science, industry, research or public service and those allied pursuits beneficial to the engineering profession.
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