The University of Manitoba Faculty of Engineering includes researchers who devote their technical skills to making the world a more equitable place, including through provision of basic services such as clean drinking water and sanitation.
Dr. Beata Gorczyca is a professor of civil engineering at the University of Manitoba. Her research interests are in the area of potable water treatment and she is part of the university’s Water Rights Research Consortium.
Dr. Gorczyca received her PhD from the collaborative program in environmental engineering at the University of Toronto. She also has an M.A.Sc. in geological engineering from the Academy of Mining and Metallurgy in Poland.
Dr. Gorczyca is affiliated with the International Water Association, the Particle Separation Specialist Group, the Western Canada Water Works Association, and three water-treatment technical committees of the Canadian Standards Association.