Dr. Sanjay Tewari
Cooperative Engineering Program
Most of Dr. Tewari's teaching and research efforts are focused on environmental engineering and foundational civil engineering areas. Specifically, his focus is on drinking water quality and challenges related to wastewater treatment. His recent efforts have been focused on a variety of separation processes such as physical, chemical, biological, and electrochemical.
However, currently, he is more focused on capacitive deionization, electrokinetic and electrocoagulation for improving water quality and better treatment of wastewater from industrial as well as municipal sources. In addition, his efforts are focused on sustainability and resiliency of various systems around us. His recently funded projects have been in the area of pollution prevention and sustainability, application of Geographic Information System to environmental management, and resiliency of infrastructure. In addition, Dr. Tewari has a strong interest in engineering education-related activities. He enjoys teaching various core classes and mentoring students and engineering societies of students.
- PhD, 2011, Texas A&M University
- CE 2401 Fundamentals of Surveying
- CE 2601 Fundamentals of Environmental Engineering and Science
- CE 3330 Engineering Fluid Mechanics
- CE 3334 Water Resources Engineering
- CE 3615 Water and Wastewater Engineering
- CE 4097 Senior Design Project
- CE 5360 Water Resources and Wastewater Engineering
- ME 2350 Engineering Mechanics-Dynamics
Awards and honors
- Joseph H. Senne Jr. Faculty Teaching and Service Achievement Award presented by the Academy of Civil Engineers, Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering, Missouri University of Science & Technology, 2021.
- Crying Towel Award presented by the ASCE chapter at Louisiana Tech University to a faculty member who requires most course work and makes students work hard to achieve high academic standards during the year, 2016.