Dana and Dr. Shaffer Join Houston Delegation at One Water Summit
Dana Reed and Dr. Shaffer participated in the One Water Summit hosted by the US Water Alliance in Austin, Texas. The Shaffer Lab joined representatives from municipalities, nonprofit organizations, and utility and water authority districts from the Houston region in learning more about initiatives to promote sustainable water systems for resilient communities.
Eleanor Presents Research Results at REU Poster Session
Eleanor Grosvenor presented the results of her summer research about fabricating controlled polyamide thin films at the Research Experience for Undergraduates poster session held at the University of Houston.
Eleanor Joins the Shaffer Lab for Summer Research Experience
Eleanor Grosvenor, an undergraduate Materials Science and Engineering student from the University of Maryland, has joined the Shaffer Lab for the summer. Eleanor is participating in the UH Cullen College of Engineering's Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program for Materials for Sustainability in Energy and Manufacturing. Welcome Eleanor!
Congratulations to Dana for Master of Science Degree
Congratulations to Dana Reed for earning her Master of Science degree in Environmental Engineering. Dana will continue her graduate studies as a PhD student in the Shaffer Lab starting in Fall 2019. Congratulations and welcome full-time to the Shaffer Lab!
Welcoming Dr. Rahul Shevate to the Shaffer Lab
The Shaffer Lab welcomes post-doctoral researcher Dr. Rahul Shevate. He earned his PhD at the Advanced Membranes & Porous Materials Center of the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST). Dr. Shevate has a background in organic chemistry, and prior to pursuing a PhD, he worked in industry and in a government lab in India. Welcome Dr. Shevate!
Congratulations to Christ on Graduating with Master of Science Degree
Congratulations to Christ Niamike for earning his Master of Science degree in Environmental Engineering. Christ conducted research in the Shaffer Lab during summer and fall 2018. He begins working as an environmental engineering professional in Houston in January 2019. Congratulations Christ!