Recently, our group participated in the American Ecological Engineering Society meeting in Stillwater, OK. Khang, Ronald, Rebecca and our super-team of undergraduates presented two posters and one oral presentation.
COMBINED LOW IMPACT INFRASTRUCTURE FOR A MORE PURA VIDA IN THE SHUABB. Rebecca Bender, Nicole Kruse, Gina Masell, *Ronald Aguilar, David Arias, Yasmín Granados, Ana Ruíz, Ricardo Salazar, and Dawn Reinhold (P.I.)
Dr. Reinhold stepped in and presented Ronald’s and Rebecca’s oral presentation, since Ronald was helping our NSF IRES students get started on their research projects in Costa Rica. The presentation gave an update on our EPA P3 project, which was recently awarded phase II funding.
Accumulation and Metabolism of Triclocarban by Hydroponically Grown Pepper (Capsicum annuum). Khang Huynh, Emily Banach, Dawn Reinhold.
Khang prepared and presented an excellent poster and the judges agreed. Congratulations on your 3rd place award!
Measuring the effects of mycelium in stormwater management systems. Rebecca Bender, Jacob Cochrane, Alexandra Fisher, Katerina Tsou.
Katerina created a great poster summarizing the preliminary results from this undergraduate research project. There is a lot of interest in the results of the next phase of this research, which Katerina is completing this summer.