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EAES News

Category: Research

Nicole Provost by solar panels

PhD Student Named 2020 John J. Lagrosa Award Recipient by NJWEA

The award is designed to support and encourage highly capable individuals to continue studies in Environmental Science or Engineering with a strong component in one or more areas of Water Quality Control and Environmental Protection

Graduate alum conducting sediment disposition study on the Savannah River

April Kelly MS Earth & Environmental Science ’17, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Geologist, is part of a team conducting this study which should be completed in January 2020.

Students win top prizes at AAG regional meeting

The Middle States American Association of Geographers held their regional meeting, where multiple student posters were recognized.

Sigma Xi Grants in Aid of Research

Sigma Xi seeking climate change researchers

Large tabular iceberg, Antarctica

Traveling through Iceberg Alley

Associate Dean Dr. Stefanie Brachfeld is conducting research in the Antarctic on the Joides Resolution.

Norman architecture in Sicily

Professor Receives NEH Support for Ongoing Norman Sicily Project

Digital database documents historical Sicilian monuments

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Professor receives 2019 AAEES Superior Achievement Award

Dr. Yang Deng received the award for his project studying emergency water treatment with ferrate(VI) in response to natural disasters.

Environmental Management PhD student Junkui Cui

PhD student receives prestigious award from the American Water Works Association

Junkui Cui, working with Dr. Yang Deng, was awarded the Tracey G. Liberi Drinking Water Careers Scholarship for his work with ferrate(VI).

Dr. Yang Deng and students in lab

Professor Receives CAPEES/Nanova Frontier Research Award

Dr. Yang Deng, Earth and Environmental Studies, received the honor from the Association of Chinese-American Professors in Environmental Engineering and Science (CAPEES).

EP3 Team at Booth

EPA Awards $75,000 Grant to Montclair State University for Innovative Stormwater Management Project

A team of students led by Dr. Yang Deng, Earth and Environmental Studies, received the funding for their project: Toward Sustainable Urban Stormwater Management with New, Green, Low-Cost Sorbent-Coated Wood Mulch.

Christina Verhagen next to lab equipment

Earth and Environmental Science alum wins National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship

Christina Verhagen, BS-EAES 2017, and current PhD student at Rutgers University is one of 2000 students nationwide to win a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship (NSF-GRF).

Garrett Nieddu and graph of data from research

Outbreak and Extinction Dynamics in Stochastic Populations

Garrett Nieddu successfully defended his thesis for his PhD in Environmental Management.