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CEEE Awarded Educational Institution of the Year

CEEE Awarded Educational Institution of the Year

The Center for Environmental Energy Engineering (CEEE) has received the "Educational Institution of the Year Award" for the year 2000 from Oak Ridge National Laboratory for research in support of ORNL and its mission.

The award was given for their work in the Chesapeake Building. The goal of this research effort is to develop technologies that offer buildings a wide range of utilities while reducing energy consumption by more than 30% and global warming gas emissions by more than 45%. The effort is succeeding very well as demonstrated by publications that are forth coming and the award.

The plaque reads:

Presented To

University of Maryland

The Center for Environmental Energy Engineering

Educational institution of the Year Award

In Support of Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Its Mission

Fiscal Year 2000

In announcing the award to the Clark School of Engineering faculty and staff, Dean Nariman Farvardin stated "Please join me in congratulating Prof. Radermacher and his colleagues in the Center for this significant national recognition and for their high quality research that is helping the Clark School achieve higher levels of international visibility."

March 1, 2001


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