Graduate Research Assistant, UNH
University: University of New Hampshire
Department: Civil and Environmental Engineering
- MS, University of New Hampshire, Civil Engineering (in progress)
- BS, University of New Hampshire, Environmental Engineering, 2014
- Graduate Research Assistant; Project 1: New Strategies for Technology Assessment and Implementation, Activity 6: Polychromatic UV Technologies for Virus Inactivation.
Rachael is starting her first year of graduate work at University of New Hampshire. She knew she wanted to get into the environmental field after taking a high school class in biology. UNH has provided a lot of opportunities to work on real-life applications, not just experiments in a chemistry course. She has been involved in several research projects during her undergraduate career working for Dr. Jim Malley including nitrogen removal, phosphorus recovery using ion-exchange methods and UV technologies. Rachael will base her MS graduate research on the performance monitoring of UV pilot systems at several small systems in NH for Project 1 Activity 6.