This recently appointed committee will examine applications of numerous scientific tools and approaches for incorporating sustainability concepts into assessments used to support EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) decision making.
Petrovskis has also been elected Principal at Geosyntec, which is a consulting and engineering firm that works with clients to address new ventures and complex problems involving the environment, natural resources, and civil infrastructure. Petrovskis joined Geosyntec in 2004.
Petrovskis earned his PhD in environmental engineering from the University in 1995. That same year, he earned a Distinguished Achievement Commendation from the College of Engineering. Prior to his doctoral studies, he earned his M.S.E. in environmental engineering and his M.S. in environmental health science from U-M in 1992 and 1991, respectively. He was initiated into the U-M chapter of the Tau Beta Pi engineering honor society in 1991. He earned a B.S. (Honors) in biochemistry from the University of Wisconsin in Madison in 1983. He holds three U.S. patents.