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Ohio University - Athens, Ohio
Tue, May 20 8:00 AM
Sheraton Hotel at Capitol Square 75 East State Street, Columbus, Ohio
Sun, Sep 21 8:00 AM
Jason P. Trembly, Ph.D.
Trembly serves as an assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering.
Areas of Research: Energy, Shale, Water
Kevin Crist, Ph.D. (Chemical Engineering, University of Iowa)
Crist is a professor of chemical engineering and a faculty fellow at the Voinovich School. He is also director of the Air Quality Center at the Institute for Sustainable Energy & the Environment, which supports and coordinates research, educational programs and community outreach in order to meet the challenges of protecting environmental quality and jobs in the Ohio River Valley Region. Crist’s research interests include: urban- and regional-scale air-quality monitoring; emission inventory assessments; and photochemical, dispersion, and radiative transfer modeling.
Areas of Research: Air, Energy, Data, Shale
Taeil Kim, Ph.D. Candidate (Computer Technology, Ohio University)
Areas of Research: Data, Energy, Shale
Robin Stewart, M.P.A. (Ohio University)
Stewart is a senior project manager at Ohio University’s Voinovich School and manages economic development projects focused on community revitalization and economic growth within the Appalachian Ohio region. In addition, Stewart conducts feasibility studies and qualitative research, and provides technical assistance to nonprofit and government organizations. Prior to joining the Voinovich School in 2003, she was a research assistant in the Governor's Office of Appalachia and has worked for private nonprofit organizations focused on substance abuse and behavioral healthcare.
Areas of Research: Data, Land, Shale
Lezlee J. Ware, Ph.D. (Experimental Social Psychology, Ohio University)
Ware is a research associate for Ohio University’s Voinovich School and works within applied research on projects employing quantitative, qualitative, and mixed research methods and analyses. Ware has a broad range of experience, including program evaluation and strategic planning, within a variety of disciplines. Her work can be found in peer-reviewed journals within the fields of public health, nursing, diabetes, applied and legal psychology. Ware has led several regional needs assessments for Federally Qualified Health Centers, and her work has been incorporated into numerous competitive grant applications and used to tailor health services to the needs of low-income residents in Ohio.
Areas of Research: Data, Shale
Jennifer Bowman, M.S. (Geology, Ohio University)
Bowman is senior environmental project manager at the Voinovich School and works regularly with the School’s environmental, water and GIS teams. She has developed an online interactive evaluation system for the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Mineral Resources Management to track successes of acid mine drainage remediation in Appalachian coal watersheds. She also teaches the course “Credible Data Training for Chemical Water Quality Assessment” and coordinates the training of area watersheds volunteers in family-level macroinvertebrate sampling. Other research interest include: evaluating headwater streams’ biological health, PCB contamination of stream sediments, and long-term monitoring of surface water to show trends in chemical and biological changes.
Areas of Research: Water, Data, Land, Shale
Scott Miller, M.S. (Environmental Studies, Ohio University)
Miller is director of energy and environmental programs at the Voinovich School and oversees Ohio University’s Consortium for Energy, Economics and the Environment (CE3); the Appalachian Watershed Research Group; and applied research projects for the Environmental Studies program. He works with many stakeholders to shape and implement programs that elevate and enhance Ohio University’s research; serves on numerous local and statewide public and private boards to improve the natural environment of the region and accelerate the deployment of energy technology; and acts as a liaison to connect state and federal agencies and local stakeholders to the university’s resources to improve the quality of life of all Ohioans. Miller was recently named a 2010 National Energy Executive with the US Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden Colorado; he is board chair for the University Clean Energy Alliance of Ohio; he is the principle program manager for the State of Ohio’s Climate Change Action Plan in partnership with The Ohio State University; and he serves on a management team that administers Ohio University’s research and community involvement with demolition and decontamination activities at the Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant, a cold-war era uranium enrichment facility.
Areas of Research: Energy, Land, Water, Policy, Air, Data, Shale