Last week, John Mundell, President of Mundell & Associates, Inc. joined students of the Bayonne School District in New Jersey via Zoom to give his engineering career experience as part of National Engineers Week.
Students from Ms. Marie Aloia’s engineering and chemistry classes and were invited to hear a presentation entitled: “Napkin Engineering 101: Saving the Planet With Math and Science,” in which John share the story about how he decided to become an environmental engineer and consultant. He talked about starting his company 25 years ago, and what Mundell & Associates does to support engineering studies related to assessing pollution, cleaning contamination and protecting water resources.
As part of the event, the students also asked many questions, and several focused on Climate Change and Environmental Sustainability. John gave examples of supporting pilot environmental sustainability studies for the Archdiocese of Indianapolis and his work with a group that is helping to develop a Green Entrepreneurship Program for the Vatican.