Graduate student Guy Biessan successfully defended his master’s thesis “Developing a Tool for the Design and Cost Optimization of Permeable Pavements in the Planning Stage of Stormwater Management!” He will begin a Ph.D. in Auburn CEE with his co-advisor Ben Bowers this summer.
Ph.D. student Lonege Ogisma published his first journal article on water quality issues in his home country of Haiti: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/wer.1591
Congratulations to Victoria Niedzinski on defending her master’s thesis! She will be moving to the University of Maine to start a Ph.D. program this summer.
Ph.D. student Coleman Barrie was selected to participate in the Auburn University NSF National Research Traineeship program on Climate Resilience. Congratulations, Coleman!
Beth Prior published her Auburn University Undergraduate Research Fellowship project in the International Journal of Remote Sensing and Drones. She is now a PhD student in Biological Systems Engineering at Virginia Tech.
Be smart. Be safe. Be civil. PSA from AU Civil Engineering:
Congratulations to Ross Ellis on successfully defending is master’s thesis “Developing a Practical Tool for Integrating Green Infrastructure into Cost-Effective Stormwater Management Practices.” Ross starts a new job with Geosyntec Consultants in Kennesaw, GA, next month.
The Auburn Ecohydrology Lab received a $500,000 grant from the USDA-NIFA Foundational and Applied Science program to study the role of geographically isolated wetlands in mitigating pollution from agricultural fields. Read more under Projects.
Even though COVID-19 cancelled his trip to Vegas, Ross Ellis successfully published his proceedings paper for the ASCE World Environmental and Water Resources Conference titled “A Cost-Optimization Tool for Stormwater Management Plans Using Green Infrastructure Practices.” The paper presents the preliminary design for the stormwater decision support tool he is developing for his upcoming master’s […]