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Joshua Fu publication examines methods to increase data quality when using machine modeling to measure and predict air pollution.

Professor Joshua Fu is starting a $3.7M, five-year project with Emory University researching the long-term effects of wildfire smoke on cardiovascular health.

John D. Tickle and James G. Gibson Professor Joshua Fu spoke to the Knoxville News Sentinel about the chemical compounds involved in haze in the Smoky Mountains.

Joshua Fu is a co-lead author for a World Meteorological Organization document that maps atmospheric depositions for the next five years.

Professor Joshua Fu joined four other climate experts from UT and ORNL for the 2021 One Health Day, a campus-wide event hosted by the One Health Initiative.

John D. Tickle Professor Joshua Fu was recently honored with the 2021 Fellow Member Award from the A&WMA.

Doctoral student Cheng-pin Kuo received the Environmental Management or Policy Research and Study Related to Air Quality scholarship from the Air & Waste Management Association.

Mark Denavit, Nicholas Wierschem, Shuai Li, and Joshua Fu received faculty awards from UT’s Tickle College of Engineering.

Professor Joshua Fu and doctoral student Cheng-Pin Kuo built a predictive model that suggests COVID-19 lockdowns should last more than one week to be effective.

Joshua Fu has been named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science for his lifetime of research into solving environmental issues.