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BSE Colloquium Series – Tiffany L. Messer, PhD Assistant Professor

The Messy Journey to the Development of the meso Research Program

Date: Time: 12:00 pm–1:00 pm
Chase Hall Room: 116
Additional Info: CHA
Contact: Rebecca Wachs, (402) 472-2262, rebecca.wachs@unl.edu
Dr. Messer joined the Biological Systems Engineering Department and School of Natural Resources in January 2017. She holds degrees in Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering (University of Kentucky, B.S., 2008) and Biological and Agricultural Engineering (North Carolina State University, M.S. 2010, PhD, 2015). Messer completed a postdoctoral appointment in the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University (2015-2016). Her research interests reside at the intersection of engineering, ecology, and agriculture with an emphasis on environmental biogeochemistry and water resources in agricultural landscapes and focusing on identifying, tracing, and treating contaminants in human impacted ecosystems. During her colloquium talk she will discuss her journey into academia including overcoming challenges, work/life balance, and current/future work in the mesoLab.

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