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Environmental Engineering Doctoral Student Jiani Tan Receives A&WMA Scholarship

Jiani Tan (3rd from left) and Laura Wilson of Vanderbilt University (2nd from left) receive the A&WMA scholarship presented by Andrea R. Gardiner, Southern section Chair and Scott Freeburn, A&WMA President.

Environmental Engineering doctoral student Jiani Tan was awarded one of two A&WMA (Air & Waste Management Association) Southern Section Ph.D. Scholarships for the 2017-18 academic year.

Tan was invited to speak at the Southern Section Annual Conference in Nashville on September 20-21 and gave a brief summary of her current and past research on air pollution modelling. She talked about her previous study on the assessment of the cost and benefit in air quality control and introduced her current study on global deposition of nitrogen and sulfur.

The $1,200 scholarship helps fulfill the mission of A&WMA, which is to assist in the professional development and critical environmental decision-making of its members to benefit society.

 

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