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Journal of Engineering
and Public Policy

(Volume 21, September 2017)

Lauren Bartels, AIChE, Tulane University

Turning the Tide: Policies to Advance Seawater Desalination in the United States

 

Madalyn Beban, ASHRAE, University of Dayton

Out of Site, Out of Mind: An Assessment of State-Level Siting Policies

for Wind Power Generation Plants

 

Brenden Foster, SAE, Pellissippi State Community College

UAS Integration: Drones on an International Stageand What the US Can Take Away

 

Sydney Hamilton, ANS, University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown

Waste Not, Want Not: Restructuring Radioactive Waste Management in the United States

 

Taylor Hetrick, IEEE, Baylor University

Removing the Dichotomy: Addressing the Need to Approach K-12 STEM Education from a Broad-based Framework

 

Jericho Locke, ANS, Lipscomb University
Advanced Reactor Licensing: Balancing Preparedness with Innovation and Efficiency

 

Madden Sciubba, ASTM, The University of Alabama

Not A Pipe Dream: Policy Recommendations to Combat an Aging Water Infrastructure

 

Elena Shanin, AIChE, University of Utah
Into Hot Water: Utilizing Thermal Distributed Energy Resources to Improve Grid Reliability

 

Caroline Trier, IEEE, Washington University - St. Louis

Eliminating Barriers to Telehealth

 

Julia Zhuang, AIChE, Yale University

Microgrids for the Macrogrid: Advancing Community Microgrids for Grid Modernization

 

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