Tuskegee Signs Partnership with Environmental Protection Agency
Tuskegee University has opened another door to more education and research opportunities for faculty and students via an agreement with the United States Environmental Protection Agency.
Tuskegee University President Gilbert L. Rochon signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the EPA’s Southeast Region 4. The purpose of the MOU agreement is to enhance research, teaching, outreach, career development and stewardship in environmental sciences and engineering.
Tamara Lee, Tuskegee University associate vice president for state and regional government affairs hailed the MOU as an enriching opportunity and thanked Tuskegee and government representatives for being present “to support our university’s efforts to become the flagship model of an institution in the State of Alabama that is environmentally sustainable in its infrastructure, its environmental policies and its engineering and science curriculum.”
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