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Our researchers and investigators work to protect and preserve the Great Lakes Ecosystem, home to more than 40 million people.
The Great Lakes Program utilizes a number of facilities at UB, in addition to its five natural laboratories, the Great Lakes.
The GLP works to educate students at any level about some of the crucial issues effecting the Great Lakes.
The UB Great Lakes Program is a collaborative effort to support the protection and preservation of the ecologically and economically important Great Lakes ecosystem.
Graduates of the program tackle the most pressing issues for environmental engineers, including water quality restoration.
This degree program produces experts in sustainability, a discipline necessary to successfully maintain the Great Lakes Ecosystem.
Ian Bradley Assistant Professor - Environmental and Water Resources Engineering
Nirupam Aich Assistant Professor, Environmental and Water Resources Engineering
Ning Dai Assistant Professor of Environmental Engineering
John D. Atkinson Assistant Professor of Environmental Engineering