Hannah is pursuing a Major in Environmental Engineering and Mathematics, a Minor in French, and a Masters in Architectural Design. She is on the Pom Squad, serves as Director of the Mini-Mustangs, and is the Treasurer of Engineers Without Borders. She's also involved with APES, NRHH, and RUF.
Here at the Lyle School of Engineering, we take pride in solving today's problems. With an ABET accredited degree in Civil Engineering or Environmental Engineering from SMU, you help solve some of the more pressing problems our world is facing today which includes climate change and pollution.
I chose to get a degree in Environmental Engineering because I wanted to have a positive impact in the world we live in today. Some of the biggest problems we have today like pollutants and climate change get solved right here at SMU.
Some of the research our faculty is performing today includes
transit and traffic optimization,
design of diesel exhaust emissions controls, and
designing biological waste treatment systems. Here at Lyle, we never pigeon hole you into any field. Instead, the diverse staff covers a wide span of topics which will allow you to leave SMU with the skills necessary to find a job you love without feeling constrained by the knowledge you learned in college. For more information about the incredible research our faculty works on everyday in the CEE department, click here.
I love being in the presence of faculty who are actively creating solutions to our world's greatest problems, and the best part is that these same innovative minds are the same people teaching me everyday. I have no doubt that when I leave Lyle I will be prepared to get any job and to be able to change the world for the better.
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