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  Marissa Jablonski  

"Sustainable Engineering in Guatemala and India"  More than 5 billion people around the world are in dire need of major engineering involving water distribution, sanitation and infrastructure. Learn about the construction of international sustainable engineering projects in developing communities by student organizations like Engineers Without Borders. Marissa Jablonski is a civil engineering Ph.D. student at UWM. She is focusing her dissertation on sustainable oxidation of textile wastewater and is working to create small-scale wastewater treatment units for cottage textile industries. Jablonski trained at NEERI in Nagpur, India and BNU in Beijing, China in 2010 and 2012. She served as co-chair of UWM’s student chapter of Engineers Without Borders from 2007-2009 and continues to help design and implement water distribution projects in Guatemala. She received her B.S. in natural resources and Spanish from UW-Stevens Point, and her M.S. in civil engineering from UWM.

 

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