Giving Fish a Free Pass

Giving Fish a Free Pass

ERE is home to one of the largest sediment transport flumes on the west coast which is used to study fish passage.

Monitoring the North Coast’s Solar Radiation

Monitoring Solar Radiation

Students worked closely with HSU faculty to establish the Solar Radiation Monitoring Station located on the HSU Library roof.

Lighting the Way

Lighting the Way

From the top of HSU’s Science Building to the marketplaces of Kenya, students are analyzing the costs of kerosene lamps and the potential benefits of high-quality, off-grid LED lighting.

Using Wind to Lead the Charge

Using Wind to Lead the Charge

Lonny Grafman, Environmental Resources Engineering lecturer, working with students on the Samoa windbelt project.

Students measure dissolved oxygen concentration in the Arcata Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary.

This is a Wastewater Treatment Plant!?

Measuring the dissolved oxygen concentration in the Arcata Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary, the first full-scale constructed wetland wastewater treatment facility in the U.S.

Environmental Resources Engineering students Yaad Rana, Marcela Jimenez, and Joshua Martinez

Students Grab Top Prize In COMAP Contest

Yaad Rana, Marcela Jimenez, and Joshua Martinez flexed their math modeling and urban planning skills to beat out over 8,000 other universities at the 2017 Interdisciplinary Contest in Modeling.

HSU engineers victorious in Mid Pacific Competition

A team of ERE students worked together to create a water filtration system that would be able to make a given sample of water drinkable again and walked away with a first in several categories of the competition.

An Engineering 215 Design (Spring 2017) team show off their custom designed and built Fidget Desk at Zane Middle School.

Helping Students Stay Focused

An Engineering 215 Design (Spring 2017) team show off their custom designed and built Fidget Desk, which will aid middle schoolers with ADHD, at Zane Middle School.

Practivistas solar 2015- Las Malvinas system

Practivistas Solar 2015

Students and community work together in the Practivistas program to design, build, and disseminate solar power.