John Meyer
Graduate Research Assistant, CU

University: University of Colorado Boulder

Department: Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering


  • MS, University of Colorado Boulder, Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering (in progress).
  • BS, University of Colorado Boulder, Environmental Engineering, 2014.​

Center Involvement:

  • Graduate Research Assistant; Project 1: New Strategies for Technology Assessment and Implementation, Activity 1: Relative Health Indicator

John is a graduate student at the University of Colorado pursuing an M.S. degree in Environmental Engineering. As a research assistant for the DeRISK Center, John is programming tools to predict DBP health risks using drinking water treatment models. His research interests also include studying the geographic distribution health risks associated with various drinking water contaminants. Upon graduation, John plans to continue working in the drinking water industry either as a consulting engineer or regulator.