Marah Berry is a PhD candidate in environmental engineering. She is conducting research on ambiguity in engineering problem solving and the intersection of problem solving with ethics. She also works full time as a research administrator in the Department of Materials Science & Engineering at UF.
Adrian Brown is a PhD candidate in environmental engineering. He is investigating the clean-up of a Superfund site in Jacksonville, FL, using community-based participatory research. He also works full time as an environmental engineer for Northrup Grumman.
Ping Neo is a PhD candidate in environmental engineering. She is studying the experiences of students during international internships. She also works full time as the Director of International Engineering Programs at UF.
Emily Buten is an undergraduate at Dayton University studying mechanical engineering. She is an REU student at UF investigating the types of problems that are used in engineering textbooks.
Florencia Corbo-Ferreira is an undergraduate in environmental engineering. She is studying the impact of incorporating social justice into engineering ethics education.
Elizabeth (Anne) Kohler
Anne Kohler is an undergraduate at Michigan Tech studying mechanical engineering. She is an REU student at UF investigating the types of problems that are used in engineering textbooks.
Anna Nelson is an undergraduate in geology. She is leading a team of undergraduates creating and analyzing a database of citizen science water quality projects in the US.
Kayla Kummerlen, BS, 2022: Kimley Horn
Caitlyn Simonds, MS, 2022
Gretchen Dietz, PhD, 2022: Assistant Teaching Professor, Department of Engineering Technology and Construction Management, UNC – Charlotte
Barukh Rohde, PhD, 2020; Research Physical Scientist, US Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Subtropical Horticulture Research Station, Miami
Daniel Frank, PhD, 2018; Lecturer, Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, Arizona State University
Amy Bumbaco, PhD, 2015; Academic Advisor, First-Year Programs, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Nathan Hicks, MS, 2015; PhD in Engineering Education, Purdue University, 2020; Lecturer and Research Assistant Professor, Cook Grand Challenge Honors Program, Tickle College of Engineering, University of Tennessee