Civil and Environmental Engineering student Christina Kang-Yun has been selected to receive the Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor award.
This award recognizes the efforts and accomplishments of GSIs who demonstrate extraordinary dedication and excellence as teachers and honored twenty GSIs for the 2020 awards. Graduate students who display the highest levels of commitment, creativity and Continue Reading »
Environmental Engineering PhD candidate Christina Kang-Yun has been selected to receive the Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship for her dissertation research titled “Characterization of the genetics of metal regulation in methanotrophs”. Her research objective is to delineate the genetics underlying metal uptake in methane-oxidizing bacteria in order to fully utilize them for environmental and medical applications.
The Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship Continue Reading »
Civil and Environmental Engineering PhD student Christina Kang-Yun was selected to receive the Richard and Eleanor Towner Prize for Outstanding Graduate Student Instructors. This award honors up to four engineering GSIs every year who are exceptional and innovative teachers. Christina Kang-Yun (CEE 482/582) went above and beyond to make herself approachable and flexible Continue Reading »
Civil and Environmental Engineering PhD student, Wenyu Gu, has been selected to receive the ProQuest Distinguished Dissertation Award by Rackham Graduate School. This award recognizes highly accomplished graduate students who have produced exceptional dissertations of outstanding scholarly quality in their field of study.
Gu’s dissertation is titled, “Metals and Methanotrophs: 1. Genetic and Biochemical Characterization of the Continue Reading »