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EWRE Ph.D. Candidate Jeremy Guest receives the Walter J. Weber Jr. Award

In January, Jeremy Guest was awarded the Walter J. Weber, Jr. Award in Environmental and Energy Sustainability.| Short Read

The award honors students who have made “significant research contributions in the area of environmental and/or energy sustainability”. For his dissertation, Jeremy is evaluating the sustainability of using phototrophic microorganisms to recover energy and fertilizer from municipal wastewater, and the implementation of a sustainable design methodology for resource recovery design in wastewater management. His co-advisors are Drs. Nancy Love and Steve Skerlos.

Mr. Bobby Levine from the Chemical Engineering department was a co-recipient of the award this year.

the ISS overlooks aurora borealis

More than $5M to improve solar storm forecasts

U-Michigan researchers play lead roles in national effort funded by NSF, NASA. | Medium Read