Alexis A. Porubcan
M.S. student, degree date: 2009.
Thesis: An Experimental Investigation on Colloid Straining within Saturated Heterogeneous Porous Media.
Current position: consultant, Weiss Associate.
Jacob J. Walczak
M.S. student, degree date: 2010. Thesis: Antimicrobial-resistant Bacteria in Dairy Manure: Occurrence and Transport in the Environment.
Current position: consultant, Natural Resources Technology, Inc.
Selected awards: Department Graduate Student Research Award (2010), Best Presentation at Department Research Symposium (2011), Best Student Presentation (2nd place) at Wisconsin Ground Water Association Annual Meeting (2009).
Alice M. Egan
Current M.S. student. Thesis proposal: The Effects of Rainfall Distribution on Groundwater Recharge.
Elizabeth R. Stapleton
Current M.S. student. Thesis proposal: Development of Green Solvent Modified Zeolite (GSMZ) for the Removal of Chemical Contaminants and Pathogens from Water.
Current Ph.D. student. Thesis proposal: Transport of Emerging Contaminants within Saturated and Unsaturated Porous Media.
Selected awards: UWM Research Foundation Fellowship (2011-2012), Wisconsin Geological Society Graduate Student Award (2010), Department Graduate Student Research Award (2013).
Jennifer J. Johanson
Current Ph.D. student. Thesis proposal: An Experimental Investigation on the Transport of Emerging Microbial Source Tracking Indicator Bacteria within Saturated Sand Packs.
Current Ph.D. student. Thesis proposal: TBD.