Research Centers & Programs
The Algal Ecotechnology Center (AEC) is an organizational unit for advancing the design and implementation of ecologically-engineered, algal-based technologies for water quality management and economic development.
Under a grant from Northeast SARE, a team of research scientists, extension agents and farmers from Maryland, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey are working to develop new systems of no-herbicide no-till planting of early vegetables into a seedbed prepared by low-residue winter-killed cover crops such as forage radish.
The Department of Environmental Science and Technology is developing into a world-class center of discovery and teaching that will innovate and educate to deal with increasingly complex environmental conditions.
The Department serves the campus community as a key, foundational unit of its increasingly broader emphasis on the environment. It is unique among campus units because it is comprised of a critical mass of faculty fully involved in environmental science and problem solving. Explore our labs and research centers to learn more about the faculty and graduate student research across a spectrum of environmental fields:
|Dr. Lance Yonkos|
|Dr. Paul Leisnham|
|Ecosystem Engineering Design Lab||Dr. David Tilley|
|Hydrology and Water Resources Engineering Lab||Dr. Adel Shirmohammadi|
|Joint Analytical Services Lab||Dr. William Bowerman|
|Pedology Research Lab||Dr. Martin Rabenhorst|
Plant growth and development
|Dr. Wendy Peer|
Physical, chemical and biological aspects of soil quality
|Dr. Ray Weil|
|Soil and Water Geospatial Analysis Lab||Dr. Brian Needelman|
|Microbial Ecology and Biogeochemistry Lab||Dr. Stephanie Yarwood|
|Waste to Energy Lab||Dr. Stephanie Lansing|
|Wetland Ecology and Engineering Lab||Dr. Andrew Baldwin|
Applied Spatial Wildlife Ecology
|Dr. Jennifer Mullinax|