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STEP Fellows: Awarded 2003

Andrew Duguid, Ford Fellow

Andrew Duguid
Department: Civil and Environmental Engineering
STEP Topic: Risk assessment of CO2 leakage through abandoned wells.
STEP Adviser: Michael Oppenheimer, Woodrow Wilson School
Thesis Topic: CO2 leakage through abandoned wells.
Thesis Adviser: Michael Celia, Civil and Environmental Engineering

David Edwards, Ford Fellow

David Edwards
Department: Chemistry
STEP Topic: Metal Risk in the environment: the Waste Minimization Prioritization Tool (WMPT)
STEP Adviser: Valerie Thomas, Princeton Environmental Institute
Thesis Topic: Molecular studies of siderophore complexes in aqueous solution.
Thesis Adviser: Satish Myneni, Geosciences and Thomas Spiron, Chemistry

Junu Shrestha, Ford Fellow

Junu Shrestha
Department: Civil and Environmental Engineering
STEP Topic: Developing effective mitigation banking policies based on modeling and experimental studies.
STEP Adviser: David Wilcove, Woodrow Wilson School
Thesis Topic: Cumulative effects of vegetation and nitrates on the redox chemistry of Riparian Wetlands.
Thesis Adviser: Peter Jaffe, Civil and Environmental Engineering