2001 Graduate Research Fellowship Program

The Institute promotes the education and training of water resources research professionals through its fellowship program. Profiles of each graduate fellow, and summaries of her or his thesis research project, and publications from this project are accessed through the links below. Visitors are invited to contact the student, research advisor, or the Institute Director for further information on the projects.

Fellows, Projects and Advisors

Graduate Student
Project Title
Andrea F. Arruda, Ph.D. candidate, Chemistry, NDSU New Methods to Detect Chlorinated Organic Pollutants in Water Dr. Andres D. Campiglia, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, NDSU
Eric C. Dodds, M.S. Candidate, Department of Civil Engineering, NDSU Evaluation of Peat Uptake Capacity for Copper and Nickel in Constructed Wetlands of the LTV Mining Company Dr. Wei Lin, Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering, NDSU
Megan A. Jaskowiak, Ph.D. Candidate, Botany, NDSU The Periphyton in the Sheyenne River, North Dakota Dr. Marvin W. Fawley, Professor of Botany, NDSU
Melissa J. Meyer, Ph.D. Candidate, Botany, NDSU Rapid Spray Extraction and Analysis of Organic Compounds from Water Dr. Anthony J. Borgerding, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, UND
Anthony T. Miller, M.S. Candidate, Zoology, NDSU Northern Forested Wetlands: Characteristics and Influences of Upland Tree Harvest Dr. Malcolm G. Butler, Professor of Zoology, NDSU
Kyle D. Zimmer, Ph.D., Zoology, NDSU, May 2001 Effects of Fathead Minnows and Drainage on Wetland Ecosystems Dr. Malcolm G. Butler, Professor of Biological Sciences, NDSU