I am a Senior in Civil /Environmental Engineering, graduating in April 2019. My research interests include water quality, water chemistry, water conservation and access, and the use of sustainable technologies in developing communities. I am currently working with Drs. Haig and Casson to study the effects of corrosion control (orthophosphate) on the microbial community in premise plumbing and the drinking water distribution system.
Hobbies: Playing soccer, writing and performing poetry, and being a participant in the Pittsburgh Chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers.
I am a sophomore studying bioengineering and taking a certificate in sustainability. My research interests include sustainability in biological systems, cellular engineering, ecological engineering, and environmental biology. I am currently working with Drs. Haig and Stephens on a project aimed at using microbes healing cracks in concrete (Bio-concrete).
Interests: Pitt ARTificial, Theta Tau, Beta Theta Pi, Global Ties.