Claudia E. Zapata, Ph.D.,
CBBG Center Deputy Director
Claudia Zapata is an Associate Professor in the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment at ASU. Her research interests focus on laboratory and field characterization of problematic soils and bio-mediated geomaterials, the behavior of soils due to repeated loading and environmental effects, and modeling fluid flow and volume change of soils applied to pavement structures and residential foundation systems. She is also heavily invested in engineering education and diversity and outreach activities. Her current research activities include the study of fluid flow in soils due to thermal gradients and how it affects airfield pavement structures and the introduction of unsaturated soil mechanics principles into the undergraduate geotechnical engineering curriculum. She has played a major role in the development of models to incorporate environmental effects into pavement design practice, including the newest AASHTO Mechanistic-Empirical Pavement Design Guide, and in development of a database of unsaturated soil properties for the continental United States, Hawaii and Puerto Rico.
Jason DeJong, Ph.D.,
Thrust leader for Hazard Mitigation (Thrust 1)
Jason DeJong is a Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at UCD. Through his Soil Interactions Laboratory, he directs research into bio-mediated soils processes, advanced site characterization, behavior of intermediate and gravelly soils, sustainable geotechnical practice, and deep foundation performance. Fundamental scientific advances in these research areas have been successfully upscaled to full-scale field deployment in practice, including MICP trials at a mining site, characterization of gravel in the foundation of several large dams in California, and development of standards on offshore site characterization. Professor DeJong has given several keynote lectures at national and international conferences and is the lead author of several pioneering publications on biogeotechnics. His work has been funded through more than $5M in industry, state and federal grants, which led to over 100 peer-reviewed publications and the training of more than 40 graduate students.
Rosa Krajmalnik-Brown, Ph.D.
Thrust leader for Environmental Protection and Ecological Restoration (Thrust 2)
Rosa Krajmalnik-Brown has more than 10 years of experience conducting sponsored research in remediation. She has successfully worked on multi-disciplinary engineering projects totaling more than $9 million. She has an NSF-Career award, more than 50 peer-reviewed publications, 1 patent, and 7 pending patent applications. She is the director of the Microbiome Sequencing Laboratory at ASU. Her current research applies principles and tools of molecular microbial ecology to address key environmental engineering issues, including: 1) biodegradation of chlorinated organics, 2) biotechnology for energy production, and 3) genomics of microorganisms in humans. All these areas involve the management of microbial interactions to exploit the beneficial metabolic capabilities of microorganisms.
Paola Bandini, Ph.D., P.E.
Thrust leader for Infrastructure Construction (Thrust 3)
Paola Bandini is an Associate Professor of Civil Engineering at NMSU. She has 12 years of geotechnical engineering research and teaching experience. Her research has focused on the application of experimental and numerical methods to geomechanics. Her current research interests include determination of engineering properties of desert and diatom-containing soils, erosion control measures for transportation structures, sustainable use of materials in civil engineering (foam glass, waste tires, adobe), and modeling and evaluation of pavement performance. As a PI, she has managed $2.2 million in grants and contracts from state agencies and private industry. She leads the “Modeling for the Design, Construction, and Management of Geosystems” Committee of the Transportation Research Board (TRB).
J. David Frost, Ph.D., P.E.
Thrust Leader for Cross-Cutting Projects (Thrust 4)
David Frost is a Professor of Civil Engineering at Georgia Tech. Prior to entering academia, he worked in industry in Ireland and Canada on infrastructure and natural resource related projects. A core focus throughout his career has been the study of natural and man-made systems and materials. His research is centered on the application and development of digital technologies for studying subsurface problems at multiple scales and he has received two U.S. patents for multi-sensor subsurface systems. He has graduated more than 30 PhD students, 40% of whom have gone on to academic positions. He has served on or led post-disaster study teams following disasters in the US, Turkey, India, China, Chile and Japan and is a founding member and co-chair of the Geotechnical Extreme Events Reconnaissance (GEER) Association. He has organized numerous workshops and conferences on the applications of spatial analysis and image processing techniques to study the response of geomaterial systems under various loading conditions. He is a registered professional engineer in the US and Canada.
Delia Saenz, Ph.D.
Delia Saenz is Associate Professor of Psychology and Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education at Arizona State University. Her doctorate, in Social Psychology, was awarded from Princeton University in 1987. She served previously as an assistant professor of Psychology at the University of Notre Dame before moving to ASU. Dr. Saenz is also a Research Professor in the ASU Hispanic Research Center, and during her tenure at ASU, she has served administratively as Director of the Graduate Program in Social Psychology, interim Associate Dean of the Graduate College, and Director of the Intergroup Relations Center. Dr. Saenz is a Fellow of the Western Psychological Association, and has served as Representative at Large and Program Chair for WPA. She is also a member of the editorial board for Small Group Research.
Susan W. Brown, Ph.D.
Pre-College Education Director
Susan Brown is a Research Associate Professor at New Mexico State University (NMSU) and currently is the Director of the STEM Outreach Center for the NMSU College of Education. She is the Principal Investigator/Co-Investigator of a NSF grant, several foundation grants, three NASA projects (including the Southern New Mexico Science, Engineering, Mathematics, and Aerospace Academy on the campus of New Mexico State University) and other state/federal grants. Her K-12th grade after school programs touch the lives of over 5,000 students each year as well as her work with K-12th grade teachers in providing high quality professional development opportunities that include increasing the teachers’ content knowledge and use of brain researched teaching strategies. Her outreach focus is increasing student participation and achievement in the STEM fields. Her research focus is science education and the underrepresentation of minority students and females in the fields of science, math, and engineering. She joined the University after teaching 16 years in middle and high school science classes.
Martha Mitchell, Ph.D., P.E.
Assistant Director for Diversity
Martha Mitchell is the Associate Dean for Research and Professor of Chemical Engineering in the College of Engineering at New Mexico State University (NMSU. As Associate Dean for Research, she oversees the NMSU College of Engineering Research Center, which assists faculty and research staff in pre- and post-award sponsored projects activities. She was the principal investigator for an NSF ADVANCE PAID grant that was a collaborative effort among New Mexico State University, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, the University of New Mexico, and Los Alamos National Laboratory. She currently serves on the ASEE Engineering Research Council Board. Dr. Mitchell’s research interests are in computer modeling and simulation of adsorption and transport in nanoporous materials. She has used Molecular Dynamics, Grand Canonical Monte Carlo simulations, and Molecular Density Functional Theory to study molecular-level adsorption and transport of fluids confined to nanoporous materials. She has collaborated with researchers from NMSU, Sandia National Laboratories, Los Alamos National Laboratory and NASA-White Sands Test Facility.
Nasser Hamdan, Ph.D.
CBBG Industry Collaboration and Innovation Director
Nasser Hamdan is an Assistant Research Professor in the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment at Arizona State University, and the Industrial Liaison Officer for the Center for Bio-mediated & Bio-inspired Geotechnics (CBBG). His expertise is in biogeotechnical engineering and biogeochemical processes for ground improvement and remediation of impacted soil, sediments and water. His research activities involve experimentation and analytical testing related to induced mineral precipitation, biological transformation and biopolymers. He is currently involved in various projects directed towards the improvement of mechanical properties of soil, surficial soil stabilization, sustainable building materials, environmental remediation and the beneficial use of organic and inorganic waste materials such as plant biomass, urine and steel slag. Before joining the CBBG, Dr. Hamdan was a civil engineer for a leading global design & consultancy firm specializing in natural and built assets. Prior to pursuing his graduate degree in civil engineering, Dr. Hamdan spent nearly 10 years in the electrical and plumbing service industry, and operated small businesses where he gained experience in negotiating and drafting contracts related to these businesses.
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Jean Larson, Ph.D.
Jean Larson, Ph.D., is an Assistant Research Professor in both the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment and the Division of Educational Leadership and Innovation at Arizona State University. She has a Ph.D. in Educational Technology, postgraduate training in Computer Systems Engineering, and many years of experience teaching and developing curriculum in various learning environments. She has taught technology integration and teacher training to undergraduate and graduate students at Arizona State University, students at the K-12 level locally and abroad, and various workshops and modules in business and industry. Dr. Larson is experienced in the application of instructional design, delivery, evaluation, and specializes in eLearning technologies for training and development. Her research focuses on the efficient and effective transfer of knowledge and learning techniques, innovative and interdisciplinary collaboration, and strengthening the bridge between K-12 learning and higher education in terms of engineering content.
Robert (Bob) Brier, Administrative Director, started at CBBG in August 2018 and brings with him years of sponsored research administration experience, including grant and financial management, human resources oversight, proposal and budget development, operational support, and strategic planning. Prior to joining CBBG, he was Director of Strategic Affairs as Arizona State University. He also served as the Senior Financial and Administrative Officer at the National Academies of Sciences as well as the Financial and Administrative Director at the Brookings Institution, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the Harvard School of Public Health. He also lead the pre-award grants office at the Georgetown University’s Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center.
Kimberly Farnsworth, M.Ed.
Kimberly Farnsworth joined CBBG as Education Coordinator in April 2019 bringing her background in education, research, industry and STEM. Kimberly has worked in a variety of capacities in education for over twenty years having taught in K-12 schools both in the United States and overseas, in online learning environments, undergraduate pre-service education courses, instructional design and development, non-profit advising and academic research. She received her M.Ed. in Educational Technology from Arizona State University and is currently completing a doctorate degree. Her research is focused on inquiry-based and authentic learning environments with a particular focus on problem-based learning in STEM education. In her current role, Kimberly supports CBBG education outreach efforts and programs, as well as supporting faculty in engineering curriculum development.
CBBG Student Leadership Council President
Peter Zelkowski is a graduate student in the Department of Civil Engineering at New Mexico State University (NMSU). He received his bachelor’s degree in civil engineering at NMSU in 2016. His adviser is Dr. Paola Bandini.
Student Research Summary: Peter is a graduate teaching and research assistant and his current research is on thermal and moisture properties of adobe. He will pursue a PhD after completing the master’s program. Peter is a member of Chi Epsilon Civil Engineering Honor Society and served as Marshall. He is also a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and was a member of the NMSU Concrete Canoe team that participated in the Regional Student Completion in Denver, CO. Peter has done four summer engineering internships in industry, including the construction of Urenco USA uranium enrichment facility in Eunice, NM, in-service inspections at Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station in Phoenix, AZ, and design, estimating and fieldwork with Granite Construction in Tucson, AZ. In 2015, Peter went to study abroad to Loughborough, England for six months. Peter is the current NMSU Geotech Lead and incoming President of the CBBG SLC. His hobbies include many outdoor activities. His hometown is Roswell, New Mexico.
Mary Bankhead, M.A., M.S.
Mary L. Bankhead joined the CBBG Team in February 2019 as the Project Coordinator/Fiscal Specialist. As the CBBG Project Coordinator, she is responsible for managing day-to-day center operations, assisting with budget oversight and transactions, and supporting all Center team members. With her Master of Arts in Counseling (Northern Arizona University) and Master of Science (Eastern Illinois University), she brings with her over fifteen years of Higher Education Administration experience including Student Affairs, Facilities, Operations, and Finance Management. Prior to joining CBBG, she served in fiscal management and operations roles with Arizona State University and training and facilitation roles with Thunderbird School of Global Management.
|CBBG Faculty, Staff and Students||Role||Department||Research Project||Institutional Affiliation|
|Dione Adakai||Undergraduate||Engineering||San Juan College|
|Rachel Adam||Undergraduate||Physical Sciences: Geology||Sustainability EICP Root Inspired Foundations||ASU|
|Colleen Adams||Undergraduate||Engineering||University of New Haven|
|Jason Alcantar||Undergraduate, SLC||Civil Engineering||Infrastructure Construction||NMSU|
|Seyed Ali Aleali||Doctoral Student, SLC||Civil Engineering||Infrastructure Construction||NMSU|
|Hani Alharbi||Doctoral Student||Civil/Environmental/Sustainable Engineering||ASU|
|Megan Altizer||Doctoral Student, SLC||School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment||Environmental Protection and Remediation||ASU|
|Mayank Bagtharia||Master’s Student||Civil Engineering||ASU|
|Paola Bandini||Faculty, Leadership Team, PI||Civil Engineering||Infrastructure Construction||NMSU|
|Wendy Barnard||Faculty||Institute for the Science of Teaching and Learning||Innovation, Diversity, and Education Activities||ASU|
|Alicia Bateman||Undergraduate||Engineering||Syracuse University|
|Leslie Bautista||Undergraduate||Engineering||Glendale Community College|
|Kirby Boldes||Undergraduate, Undergraduate Research Staff||Civil Engineering||UC Davis|
|Rod Borela Valenta||Graduate Research Assistant||Civil Engineering||Georgia Tech|
|Patricia Borunda||Undergraduate Research Student||Civil Engineering||NMSU|
|Ross Boulanger||Senior Faculty||Civil Engineering||UC Davis|
|Treavor Boyer||Associate Professor and Program Chair of Environmental Engineering||Environmental Engineering||ASU|
|Colleen Bronner||Faculty||Civil and Environmental Engineering||Innovation, Diversity, and Education Activities||UCD|
|Susan Brown||Faculty, Leadership Team, Outreach||Institute for Excellence in Science and Math Education||Innovation, Diversity, and Education Activities||NMSU|
|Kevin Buehling||Undergraduate Research Assistant||Electrical, Electronics, Communications Engineering||NMSU|
|Susan Burns||Junior Faculty||Civil Engineering||Georgia Tech|
|Matthew Burrall||Doctoral Student||Civil and Environmental Engineering||UCD|
|Mark Calhoun||Teacher (K-12)||Camelback High School|
|Pascual Camacho||Undergraduate Research Assistant||Civil Engineering||NMSU|
|Adam Carberry||Associate Professor (Senior Faculty)||Engineering||ASU|
|Irangel Castro||Undergraduate||Engineering||Florida State University|
|Deborah Chadwick||Senior Faculty||ASU Center for Indian Education||ASU|
|Jennifer Chandler||Faculty||College of Integrative Sciences and Arts||Innovation, Diversity, and Education Activities||ASU|
|Paul Chavez||REV Undergraduate Research Assistant||Civil Engineering||NMSU|
|Yuyuan Chen||Doctoral Student||Civil Engineering||UC Davis|
|Steven Clemens||Teacher (K-12)||Education||Dysart Unified School District|
|Douglas Cortes||Faculty||Department of Civil Engineering||Engineered thermo-active geomaterials||NMSU (MSI, HHE)|
|Christina Crawford||Senior Faculty||Engineering||Rice University|
|Wendy Cullivan||Teacher (K-12)||McClintock High School|
|Scott Currier||Teacher (K-12)||Deer Valley Unified School District|
|Stephen Dages||Undergraduate Student||Engineering||ASU|
|Sheng Dai||Faculty||Civil and Environmental Engineering||Resource Development||GT|
|Anca Delgado||Assistant Professor (Junior Faculty)||Environmental Engineering||ASU|
|Liliana Delmonico||Undergraduate Student||Engineering||Georgia Tech|
|Michael Edgar||Doctoral Student||Civil Engineering||ASU|
|Angela Egan||Undergraduate Student||Environmental Engineering||ASU|
|Maya El Kortbawi||Doctoral Student||Civil Engineering||UC Davis|
|Eric Escoto||Doctoral Student||
Physical Sciences, Geological Sciences
|Wilson Espinoza||Doctoral Student||
|Kim Farnsworth||Education Coordinator||
|Amanda Fastiggi||Undergraduate Student||
|Paige Fenn||Undergraduate Student||
Physical Sciences: Physics
|Victor Font Bartumeus||Undergraduate Student||
|UC Davis, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign|
|Tayler Fox||Undergraduate Student||Engineering||University of Akron|
|David Frost||Faculty, Leadership team, PI||Civil and Environmental Engineering||Resource Development||GT|
|Oscar Gallegos||Undergraduate Research Assistant||Civil Engineering||NMSU|
|Hector Garcia||Undergraduate Student||Environmental Engineering||NMSU|
|Judit Garcia||Graduate Research Student||Civil Engineering||NMSU|
|Diego Garcia Vera||Doctoral Student||Civil Engineering||NMSU|
|Ferran Garcia-Pichel||Faculty||School of Life Sciences||Microbial ecosystems||ASU|
|Krista Glazewski||Junior Faculty||Indiana University|
|Anant Gogate||Undergraduate Student||Mechanical Engineering||ASU|
|Daniel Goldman||Faculty||Physics||Biological locomotion||GT|
|Mike Gomez||Doctoral Student, Leadership Team||Civil and Environmental Engineering||Innovation, Diversity, and Education Activities||UCD|
|Charles Graddy||Doctoral Student||Microbiology and Molecular Genetics||UCD|
|Liam Groom||Undergraduate Student||Engineering||Georgia Tech|
|Caitlyn Hall||Doctoral Student||School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment||ASU|
|Abeer Hamdan||Faculty||School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning||Education and Outreach||ASU|
|Nasser Hamdan||ILO, Leadership Team, Staff||School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment||Industry||ASU|
|Sangy Hanumasagar||Doctoral Student||Civil and Environmental Engineering||GT|
|Jacob Harper||Undergraduate Student||Civil Engineering||ASU|
|Khem Holden||Undergraduate Student||Engineering||ASU|
|Daniel Hood||Teacher (K-12)||Mesa Public Schools|
|Alta Howells||Doctoral Student||School of Life Sciences||ASU|
|Tory Howells||Undergraduate Research Assistant||Civil Engineering||NMSU|
|Lin Huang||Master’s Student||Civil Engineering||UC Davis|
|Sichuan Huang||Graduate Research Assistant, Doctoral Student||Civil Engineering||ASU|
|Salvador Ibarra||Undergraduate Research Assistant||Engineering: Electrical, Electronics, Communications||NMSU|
|Ibrahim Ibrahim||Undergraduate Student||Engineering||ASU|
|Neda Javadi||Doctoral Student||Biological/Life Sciences: Biological Services||ASU|
|Tom Jenkins||Undergraduate Student||Engineering||Jackson State University|
|Boyoung Jeong||Doctoral Student||Civil Engineering||Georgia Tech|
|Jasmyne Johnson||Teacher (K-12)||Florence Unified School District|
|Ed Kavazanjian||Faculty, Leadership Team, PI||School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment||Cross-Cutting||ASU|
|Lydia Kelley||Undergraduate Student||Civil Engineering||Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute|
|Alissa Kendall||Faculty||Civil and Environmental Engineering||Cross-Cutting||UCD|
|Travis Kening||Undergraduate Student||Engineering||Indiana University|
|Hamed Khodadadi Tirkolaei||Postdoc||School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment||ASU|
|Daehyun Kim||Doctoral Student||School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment||ASU|
|Deirdre Kirmis||Graduate Student||Computer teacher education||ASU|
|Colin Kolbus||Undergraduate Student||Civil Engineering||University of Washington|
|Rosa Krajmalnik-Brown||Faculty, Leadership Team, PI||School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment||Environmental Protection and Restoration||ASU|
|Olivia Lansing Spencer||Teacher (K-12)||Mesa Public Schools|
|Jean Larson||Administrator, Leadership Team, Staff||School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment||Innovation, Diversity, and Education Activities||ASU|
|Lillian Larson||Undergraduate Student||Engineering||Georgia Tech|
|Junghwoon Lee||Doctoral Student||Civil and Environmental Engineering||GT|
|Minyong Lee||Doctoral Student||Civil Engineering||University of Washington|
|Albert Liu||Doctoral Student||Civil Engineering||Failure and mitigation of natural and man-made geological disasters||Georgia Tech|
|Jaime Lopez||Undergraduate||School of Life Sciences||ASU|
|Harley Lorson||Undergraduate||Environmental Engineering||Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania|
|Julia Loshelder||Undergraduate Student||Civil Engineering||University of Arkansas|
|Kyle Low||Undergraduate Student||Civil Engineering||Lafayette College|
|Yimin Lu||Doctoral Student||Civil Engineering||Georgia Tech|
|Raja Mabry||Undergraduate Student||Engineering||ASU|
|Seth Mallett||Doctoral Student||Civil Engineering||GT|
|Priscyla Marquez||Undergraduate Research Assistant||Environmental Engineering||NMSU|
|Regina Marquez||Undergraduate Research Assistant||Chemical Engineering||NMSU|
|Meghan Marshall||Undergraduate Student||ASU|
|Kimberly Martin||Undergraduate||School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment||ASU|
|Alejandro Martinez||Assistant Professor||Civil Engineering||UCD|
|Michael McGinnis||Interim Dean and Associate Professor||Civil Engineering||University of Texas Tyler|
|Moni Miranda||Master’s Student||Environmental Engineering||ASU|
|Martha Mitchell||Faculty, Leadership Team, PI||Chemical and Materials Engineering||NMSU|
|Hayley Monroe||Undergraduate Student||Civil Engineering||ASU|
|Sarah Montgomery||Undergraduate Student||Science Teacher Education||ASU|
|Saeedeh Naziri||Graduate Research Assistant||Engineering||NMSU|
|Narayanan Neithalath||Faculty||School of Sustainable Engineering & the Built Environment||Cementitious materials, systems infrastructure||ASU|
|Craig Newtson||Faculty||Department of Civil Engineering||Concrete materials, durability and sustainability||NMSU (MSI, HHE)|
|Jeremy Nez||Undergraduate||General Engineering||ASU|
|Mohammad Niknejad||Graduate Research Assistant||Environmental Engineering||NMSU|
|Megan O’Donnell||Staff||Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College||ASU|
|Kyle Ohara||Doctoral Student||Civil Engineering||UC Davis|
|Savannah Orth||Undergraduate||Engineering||Arizona Science Center|
|Rashidatu Ossai||Doctoral Student, Outreach||Civil Engineering||Infrastructure Construction; Innovation, Diversity, and Education Activities||NMSU|
|Charalambos Papelis||Faculty||Department of Civil Engineering||Low temperature aqueous and surface geochemistry||NMSU (MSI, HHE)|
|Fernando Patino||Doctoral Student||Civil Engineering||GT|
|Isaias Peraza||Doctoral Student||Civil Engineering||ASU|
|Casey Phradichith||Master’s Student||Civil Engineering||UC Davis|
|Richard Ramos||Teacher (K-12)||Estrella Vista STEM Academy|
|Shefali Rao||Doctoral Student||Environmental Engineering||ASU|
|Hannah Ray||Doctoral Student||Environmental Engineering||ASU|
|Alena Raymond||Master’s Student||Civil Engineering||UC Davis|
|Amanda Reding||Teacher (K-12)||North Gwinnett Middle School|
|Lance Reyna||Teacher (K-12)||Blackwater Community School|
|Cyrena Ridgeway||Undergraduate Research Assistant||Civil Engineering||NMSU|
|Bruce Rittmann||Faculty||Swette Center for Environmental Biotechnology||ASU|
|Lucas Rivera||Undergraduate Research Assistant||Civil Engineering||NMSU|
|Aide Robles||Researcher Aide||Civil Engineering||Microbial Chain Elongation||ASU|
|Mary Roth||Senior Faculty||Civil Engineering||Lafayette College|
|Nimisha Roy||Doctoral Student||Civil Engineering||Georgia Tech|
|Anton Sachs||Undergraduate||Biological/Life Sciences||ASU|
|Delia Saenz||Faculty||Psychology||Innovation, Diversity, and Education Activities||ASU|
|Alex San Pablo||
|Adriana Santos||Undergraduate||Engineering||Syracuse University|
|Ahmad Sayed Mostafa||Master’s Student||Civil Engineering||ASU|
|Hafsa Shaikh||Undergraduate||School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment||ASU|
|Everett Shock||Faculty||School of Earth and Space Exploration||Geochemical and microbial processes||ASU|
|Chantal Smart||Undergraduate||Engineering||San Juan College|
|Elizabeth Stallings||Doctoral Student||School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment||ASU|
|Shirly Tam||Staff, Undergraduate||Industrial Design||ASU|
|Yong Tang||Graduate Research Associate||Civil Engineering||ASU|
|Julian Tao||Associate Professor||Civil Engineering||ASU|
|Alexandros Theocharis||Postdoc||Civil Engineering||UC Davis|
|Grace Tolhurst||Undergraduate||Engineering||University of Akron|
|Cesar Torres||Faculty||School for Engineering of Matter, Transport, and Energy||Microbial kinetics, biofilms||ASU|
|Sarah Trapp||Undergraduate||Engineering||Georgia Tech|
|Leon van Paassen||Associate Professor||Civil Engineering||ASU|
|Misa Vening||Doctoral Student||Biotechnology||ASU|
|Lance Villarreal||Sustainable Engineering Lab Aide||Civil Engineering||ASU|
|Enrique Vivoni||Faculty||School of Earth and Space Exploration||Land surface ecohydrological processes||ASU|
|Devon von Lichtenstein||Undergraduate||Civil Engineering||ASU|
|Tim Walczyk||Undergraduate||Liberal Arts and Sciences||ASU|
|Brad Weldon||Faculty||Department of Civil Engineering||Structural systems and materials||NMSU (MSI, HHE)|
|Napoleon Whitehorse||Undergraduate||Engineering||San Juan College|
|Dan Wilson||Faculty||Plant Biology||UCD|
|Karrie Wood||Senior Faculty||Geology||Glendale Community College|
|Miriam Woolley||Doctoral Student||School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment||ASU|
|Lucas Yu||Undergraduate||Civil Engineering||ASU|
|Claudia Zapata||Faculty, Leadership Team, PI, Outreach||School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment||Innovation, Diversity, and Education Activities||ASU|
|Yanyan Zhang||Assistant Professor||Civil Engineering||ASU|
|Katerina Ziotopoulou||Assistant Professor||Civil Engineering||UC Davis|