Kristen Wyckoff is a Lecturer in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering focusing on courses within the environmental and water resources specialties. She joined the department in January 2018 and is a registered Engineer in Training.
Stormwater runoff, environmental microbiology, water reuse, and engineering education.
PhD Civil Engineering (Environmental Engineering), The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN 2017
MS Environmental Engineering, Mercer University, Macon, GA 2013
BS General Engineering (Environmental Engineering), Mercer University, Macon, GA 2013
Awards and Recognitions
2018 ASCE ExCEEd Graduate
East Asia Pacific Summer Institute Fellowship (China), National Science Foundation Award 1713940
Yang, T., Sheng, L., Wang, Y., Wyckoff, K. N., He, C., and He, Q. (2018). "Characteristics of cadmium sorption by heat-activated red mud in aqueous solution." Scientific Reports. 8: 13558.
Wang, M., Ding, J., Sun, B., Zhang, J., Wyckoff, K. N., Yue, H., Zhao, M., Liang, Y., Wang, X., Wen, C., Zhou, J., and Yang, Y. (2018). "Microbial responses to inorganic nutrient amendment overridden by warming: Consequences on soil carbon stability." Environ Microbiol. 20 (7): 2509-2522.
Wyckoff, K. N., S. Chen, A. J. Steinman, and Q. He. 2017. "Impact of Roadway Stormwater Runoff on Microbial Contamination in the Receiving Stream." J. Environ. Qual. 46:1065-1071.
Chen, S., H. Cheng, K. N. Wyckoff, and Q. He. 2016. "Linkages of Firmicutes and Bacteroidetes populations to methanogenic process performance." J Ind Microbiol Biotechnol. 43(6):771-8.