Daniel ten Bosch Wins the 2023 CE/ENVE Young Engineer of the Year (YEY) Award

Daniel ten Bosch, who holds a master's degree from the CE/ENVE program, is making a substantial impact in the realm of Environmental and Water Resources engineering. His continual contributions to the industry have earned him the selection of Cal Poly’s CE/ENVE Young Engineer of the Year award. 

Established by the CE/ENVE’s Industrial Advisory Board in 2021, the Young Engineer of the Year Award aims to recognize an alum of the Cal Poly CE/ENVE Department who is under 35 years of age and has demonstrated a robust engineering knowledge, unwavering dedication to the profession, and significant service to the engineering community. 

At Black & Veatch (BV), Daniel is deeply engaged with innovative water recycling/purification technologies and designs various facets of large-scale water and wastewater treatment projects. Through presenting his evaluations of innovative technologies and solutions at prominent conferences (such as the AWWA Annual Conference & Exposition and the Membrane Technology Conferences), he helps to enlighten utilities of opportunities to enhance their treatment systems and overall sustainability. 

Upon winning the award, Daniel said, “I am immensely grateful to Cal Poly SLO for shaping me into the engineer I am today. The education I received has genuinely been the cornerstone of my young professional career. The program smoothly balanced my practical skills (via the ‘learn by doing’ philosophy) while enhancing my ability to think innovatively. I’m honored to receive the YEY award and extend my appreciation to Cal Poly for facilitating my growth and helping me make a meaningful impact in the field.” 

Congratulations, Daniel!

Photo Description: Mr. Jeffrey Okamoto, CEENVE Industrial Advisory Board Member (left), and Daniel ten Bosch (right).

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