Water, Water Everywhere
Georgia Tech students hike down a mountain towards a blue lake.
It’s one of the defining problems of the 21st century. And Georgia Tech is on it.
Whether it’s the question of access, supply constraints, or quality and safety, Tech’s faculty, students, and alumni are tackling the deluge of threats surrounding the world’s most precious resource.
This article — the first in a series of water-focused Creating the Next features — spotlights Joe Brown, an assistant professor in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, and his undergraduate students who carry out water quality fieldwork.