Valentina Prigiobbe researches crystallization, flow and transport in reactive porous media, groundwater modeling and functionalized magnetic nanoparticles…
Join the network of environmental engineers who are leading the global movement toward a sustainable future.
As new environmental challenges arise—contaminants in drinking water, recovery of resources from wastes—the demand for highly specialized engineers equipped to repair environmental damage and prevent future problems is growing at a rapid rate. The environmental engineering master’s program at Stevens prepares you to design processes that restore air, soil and water quality in contaminated sites with specialized courses of study and strong mentorship from our expert faculty.
Continue or begin your study of environmental engineering in a multifaceted program at a premier research institution where you can work with renowned faculty members engaging in groundbreaking environmental research around the globe.
Located on the west bank of the Hudson river just 15 minutes from New York City, one of the largest metropolitan areas in the world, the Stevens campus offers you unique vantage points for studying urban systems as well as inland and coastal hydrodynamics. Stevens is also home to a number of world-class research centers where you can engage with advanced innovations in environmental engineering.