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Stanford
February 2019

Damian visited colleagues at Stanford and delivered a seminar for the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. For some reason, he also wore a tie...
 
It was great to see Cornell alumnus Andrew Kim (BS '17) who is now working on his PhD at Stanford! 
 
 

Q Exam
January 2019

Congratulations to Casey for passing her Q Exam - an important milestone on the pathway to a PhD! 

Hudson 7
January 2019

Damian travelled to the historic Poughkeepsie Water Works to meet with the Hudson 7 Drinking Water Council and discuss our work in the Hudson River Estuary.
 
See FAQ Sheet we distributed here.

Holiday Party!
December 2018

The 5th Annual HRG Holiday Party was a blast as always featuring a variety of Swiss delicacies - raclette, fondue, and .... vegan fondue?! (enjoy the mouthwatering GIF!!!) 
 
Happy New Year to everyone!!! 

FCMS Paper
November 2018

Our first paper from the Fall Creek Monitoring Station has been accepted for publication! Congratulations to Corey, Jacqueline, and Catherine!!
 
This paper was also selected for ACS Editors' Choice (December 12, 21018) and will be provided for free open access.

AEESP Lecture
November 2018

Our group was happy to participate in the AEESP Distinguished Lecture at Syracuse University. It was great to interact with so many environemtnal engineering faculty members from universities across central New York. Many thanks to Prof. Cliff Davidson for organizing and Prof. Lut Raskin for being a distinguished lecturer!

The Lingua Mater
November 2018

Vicky's team won the second place in the competition of 'The Lingua Mater' at the Global Grand Challenges Symposium at Cornell! Congrats - sounds great!!

CEE@USC
November 2018

Racking up those frequent flyer miles, Damian visited colleagues in the Civil and Enviornemtnal Engineering Department at the University of Southern California.
In addition to delivering a seminar and learning about the features of ion mobility qToF LC-MS, he saw a Moreton Fig. 

WEST Center
October 2018

Damian visited colleagues at the University of Arizona and toured the laboratory failtiies of the Water & Energy Sustainable Technology (WEST) Center; excellent facility for pilot-scale exploration of everything from Anammox to forward osmosis!

SPARK Talks!
October 2018

Casey and Marika participated in SPARK Talks, a series of 5-minute presentations from Cornell's graduate students and postdocs. They presented their research in the context of this year's theme ~ Diversity.

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