Environmental Sciences Seminar
Date: Tuesday, May 24, 2022
Time: 4:00 – 5:00 PT
Location: ZHS 118
If you are a Ph.D. candidate with strong communication skills, are motivated to learn on the job, and have a desire to apply your education in unexpected and innovative ways, Exponent will be
an exciting opportunity for you! At Exponent, we work on many of the most challenging and prominent engineering and scientific problems in the world. Our Environmental & Earth Sciences Practice invites you to learn more about how you can make a difference through engineering and scientific consulting.
Lily Momper, Ph.D.
Senior Scientist | Environmental & Earth Sciences
Dr. Momper specializes in aquatic microbiology and geochemistry. She conducted her doctoral and postdoctoral research studying the chemistry and biology of groundwater systems, using field based and laboratory based analytical tools to detect and quantify chemicals and nutrients associated with minerals, fluids, natural waters, and gases. [ Bio Link]
Susan C. Paulsen, Ph.D., P.E.
Principal Scientist & Practice Director | Environmental & Earth Sciences
Dr. Paulsen has more than 25 years of experience with projects involving hydrodynamics, hydrology, aquatic chemistry, and the environmental fate of a range of constituents. She has provided expert testimony on matters involving the Clean Water Act, state water quality regulations, and hydraulics and hydrology. She also provides scientific and strategic consultation on matters involving Superfund (CERCLA) and Natural Resources Damages (NRD). NRD).[ Bio link]
All levels of Ph.D. students are invited. With questions or to apply, please email Kana Livingston at email@example.com (include CV).
Published on May 23rd, 2022
Last updated on June 14th, 2022