In the news: New particle formation, rural internet access, career trends, campus safety

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On February 2, 2021
  • Dr. Yang Wang, assistant professor of civil, architectural and environmental engineering, collaborated on a research study that was the focus of a Science Daily article, titled “Tiny particles that seed clouds can form from trace gases over open sea. The article was published on Jan. 22. Results from the atmospheric study over the Eastern North Atlantic revealed that tiny aerosol particles that seed the formation of clouds can form out of next to nothingness over the open ocean.
  • Dr. Casey Canfield, assistant professor of engineering management and systems engineering, was interviewed for the St. Louis Public Radio story, “Increasing Internet Access Touted as Bridge to Rural-Urban Divide.” The story aired on Jan. 29.
  • Dr. Joel Burken, Curators’ Distinguished Professor and chair of civil, architectural and environmental engineering, is featured Zippia’s article, “Experts Weigh in on Current Job Market Trends,” published on Jan. 18. Burken was one of 12 experts featured in the Q&A about career trends for environmental engineers and scientists. 
  • Doug Roberts, chief of University Police, was quoted in an article titled “Embrace the Evolving Nature of Technology for a Safe, Cutting-edge Campus,” published by Campus Security Report on Dec. 17.

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