Students & Young Professionals (SYP) Lunch Meeting on “Water 2100: Innovation Now to Create Resilience Then” with ReNUWIt / Stanford Speaker (FEE)

Wednesday, April 18
12:15 PM - 1:45 PM
Location: Beavis, Sheraton

$53 (Early Bird and Saver) / $63 (Full Rate after 3-30-18)

Join the Students and Young Professionals Committee (SYPC) for their lunch meeting! Get to know other Students and Young Professionals and hear about what's happening at CWEA.


Craig Criddle, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Stanford University will be our guest and speaking on "“Water 2100: Innovation Now to Create Resilience Then”.


Check out Craig's other session following lunch on Wednesday afternoon

  • The Future of Water Treatment and Resource Recovery 

  • Craig Criddle

    Professor
    Stanford

    Biography:

    Craig Criddle, Ph.D. serves as Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Stanford University and as Senior Fellow (by courtesy) at the Woods Institute for the Environment. He is interested in the environmental engineering, science, and science literacy needed for clean water, clean energy, and healthy ecosystems. His research focus is environmental biotechnology. He is best known for large interdisciplinary field projects, studies of microbial ecology in bioreactors, and work on microbial transformations of persistent contaminants. Some current projects include a field-scale evaluation of uranium remediation; DNA-monitoring of microbial community structure at full-scale biological wastewater treatment plants; development of membrane bioreactors for energy recovery and nutrient removal; and studies to elucidate the mechanisms and kinetics of microbial transformation of halogenated solvents. To promote science literacy, he worked with award-winning San Francisco cartoonist, Larry Gonick to write "The Cartoon Guide to Chemistry". "Cartoons can give us an intuitive feeling for the why, and deeper understanding can grow from that intuition".

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    Veronica Astells

    Environmental Program Manager
    Town of Windsor

    Biography:

    Veronica Astells is the Students and Young Professionals Chair for CWEA, and is also an Environmental Program Manager for the Town of Windsor. Veronica has a BA in Biology and a Masters in Public Administration from Sonoma State University. She has worked in the water quality field for 12 years, with experience in laboratory, biosolids, industrial waste, pretreatment and public outreach.

    Presentation(s):

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