by Lisa Thompson

Every person needs water to live. Water resources engineers work to understand how modern life impacts water quality so it can be protected for the future. But being an engineer isn't all about math and science. They must also be able to think critically, look at problems broadly, and be able to write and communicate.

 

Meet Amy Mikus, a water resources engineer at Barr Engineering, as she describes her job and the education, training, and skills needed.

 

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