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Michael Urynowicz is an Associate Professor of Environmental Engineering within the Department of Civil & Architectural Engineering at the University of Wyoming, Director of the Coal Bed Natural Gas Center of Excellence and a Licensed Professional Engineer. He is also Co-founder and President of Wyoming-based ENWYO, a technology start-up company at the University of Wyoming.

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Dr. Urynowicz received his Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from Michigan State University, his Master of Science in Civil & Environmental Engineering from the University of Wisconsin, and his Ph.D. in Environmental Science & Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines. Prior to joining the faculty at the University of Wyoming, he worked in the manufacturing industry and as an environmental consultant.

He was also the Founder, Managing Director and Principal Engineer at Envirox LLC, an environmental company specializing in the remediation of complex hazardous waste sites. During his career, Dr. Urynowicz has been involved in a wide range of research related to secondary biogenic coalbed natural gas, in situ chemical oxidation and the remediation of contaminated sites. He has published numerous technical papers and reports and has given invited lectures across the United States and abroad.

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Mike Urynowicz


Michael A. Urynowicz, P.E. , Ph.D.
Director,
Center for Biogenic Natural Gas Research

Associate Professor,
Department of Civil &
Architectural Engineering


University of Wyoming
1000 E. University Avenue, Dept. 3295
Laramie, WY 82071

Office Phone: 1 (307) 766-4398
Fax: 1 (307) 766-2221
EMAIL: murynowi@uwyo.edu