Because of the interdisciplinary nature of my research program, I have always recruited, trained, and advised students from a number of departments. Many of my students have, in fact, received their degrees in programs with which I was not officially affiliated, although I served as their primary advisor. In these cases, my designation was necessarily as co-advisor.
Civil or Environmental Engineering
- Wang, Hua. 2013. In Situ Strategies to Depassivate Zero-Valent Iron Using Electrically-Induced Reduction. M.S. in Environmental Engineering.
- Jiang, Fanyang. 2013. The Impact of Manganese Oxide Formation in Biofilm Development in an Integrated Fixed-Film Activated Sludge System. M.S. in Civil Engineering.
- Wang, Xiaojing. 2011. Characterization and remediation of dissolved organic matter in produced oilfield waters. M.S. in Environmental Engineering. [Co-Advisor L. Goual]
- Akmammedov, Polatmyrat. 2010. Interactions of wild type and cytochrome-deficient strains of the iron(III)-reducing bacterium Shewanella oneidensis MR-1 with hematite electrodes: understanding mechanisms of electron transfer. M.S. in Environmental Engineering.
Bedessem, Marjorie E. 1998. Sulfidogenic and methanogenic biodgradation of coal tar constituents from the subsurface of a former manufactured gas plant. Ph.D. in Civil Engineering. [Co-Advisor D. Foster]
Tedla, Shravan K. 1995. Laboratory microcosm studies of the herbicides 3,6-dichloro-2-methoxybenzoic acid (dicamba) and 4-amino-3,5,6-trichloropyridinecarboxylic acid (picloram). M.S. in Environmental Engineering. [Co-Advisor D. Foster]
Geology and Geophysics
- Jani, Roopal. 2010. Role of outer membrane cytochromes OmcA and MtrC in electron transfer to oxide electrodes by Shewanella oneidensis MR-1. M.S. in Geology and Geophysics. [Co-Advisor C. Eggleston]
Meitl, Leisa A. 2007. Electrochemical characterization of Shewanella oneidensis MR-1 and its outer membrane cytochromes. M.S. in Geology and Geophysics. [Co-Advisor C. Eggleston]
Rittle, Keith A. 1993. Arsenic and heavy metal immobilization through bacterial sulfate reduction. M.S. in Geology and Geophysics. [Co-Advisor J. I. Drever]
- Borman, Christopher J. 2007. Comparison of diurnal iron speciation in two aquatic systems: flow-injection analysis with chemiluminescence detection of Fe(II). Ph.D. in Chemistry. [Co-Advisor B. P. Sullivan].
Zoology and Physiology
- Jensen, Brandi Mitchell. 2008. Growth of photosynthetic bacteria and synthesis of carotenoids and bacteriochlorophylls under limited light regimes. M.S. in Zoology and Physiology.
Wittenberg, Jon T. 2000. Molecular characterization of a bacterial co-culture enriched from a heavy-metal contaminated sediment. M.S. in Zoology and Physiology.
Markwiese, James T. 1998. Microbial ecology of Fe(III)-reducing bacteria: hydrocarbon bioremediation and heavy metal mobilization. Ph.D. in Zoology and Physiology.
Jin, Song. 1997. Biotic and abiotic transformation of quadricyclane and dinitramide; the immobilization of copper during bacterial sulfate reduction. Ph.D. in Zoology and Physiology.
Sheridan, Diana Schockley. 1997. Investigation of microbial communities that degrade toluene in river sediments. M.S. in Zoology and Physiology. [Co-Advisor J. S. Meyer]
Mazur, Christopher S. 1995. Microbial transformations of dicamba and picloram under sulfidogenic and methanogenic conditions. M.S. in Zoology and Physiology/Water Resources.
DeLeo, Michelle. 1994. Removal of manganese from acidic mine waters in laboratory wetlands: the relative contributions of geomicrobial processes. M.S. in Zoology and Physiology/Water Resources.
- Sycheva, Lada. 2009. Redox-linked conformation change of cytochromes involved in dissimilatory metal reduction. M.S. in Molecular Biology. [Co-Advisor C. Eggleston]
- Chen, Liang. 2012. Microbial Passivation Analysis and Electrochemical Depassivation of Iron in Zero-Valent Iron Permeable Reactive Barriers Designed for TCE Remediation. Ph.D. in Groundwater Science and Technology, China University of Geosciences, Beijing, PRC. [Co-Advisor Fei Liu, Department of Water Resources and Environment, CUGChina University of Geosciences].