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Andrew J. Schuler, Ph.D.
Department of Civil Engineering
University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87131-0001
(505)277-4556 / email@example.com
University of California at Berkeley, Civil and Environmental Engineering. Ph.D., 1998.
University of California at Berkeley, Civil and Environmental Engineering. M.S., 1993.
University of Colorado at Boulder, Civil and Environmental Engineering. B.S., 1987.
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCEAssistant Professor, Duke University, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Durham, North Carolina, 2000-2007.
Assistant and Associate Professor, University of New Mexico, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 2007-present.
Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Tokyo, Department of Urban Engineering, Tokyo, Japan, 1999.
Visiting Researcher, University of Queensland, Department of Microbiology, Brisbane, Australia, January 1998.
Engineer, City of San Francisco Department of Public Works, Southeast Water Pollution Control Plant, San Francisco, California, 1994-98.
Engineer, CH2M HILL, Inc., Oakland, California, 1988-92. Projects included hydrologic and hydraulic modeling, construction inspection, design and construction of pipelines, landfill design, wetland design and mitigation studies, and waste minimization studies.
Land surveyor and junior Civil Engineer, Rocky Mountain Consultants, Inc., Denver and Boulder, Colorado, 1984-1987.
CAREER - Microbial Storage Products and Density: Overlooked Fundamentals and Promising Opportunities in Biological Solids Separation (PI)
Source: National Science Foundation
Project period: 9/01/04 - 8/30/09
Development of distributed state simulators: A critical new approach to modeling biological reactor systems. (PI)
Source: National Science Foundation
Duration: 9/01/06 - 8/30/08
Microbial and Photolytic Transformations of Superfund Chemicals, (PI for this Subproject),
Project Period: 4/01/05-3/31/09
Amount: $1,090,000 (Amount for this Subproject)
Development of integrated fixed film activated sludge technologies for biological wastewater treatment in North Carolina. (PI), W. Flournoy, S. Hubbel (Entex Technologies, Co-PIs)
Participants: Hazen and Sawyer, CH2M HILL, Ashbrook Technologies, City of Durham Source: North Carolina Biotechnology Center and Entex Technologies
Duration: 7/01/06 - 6/30/08
HONORS AND AWARDS
Grand Prize Award for Connecting Professional Practice and Education, The National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) Engineering; awarded to UNM Senior Capstone Course taught by Dr. Schuler (2011)
Junior Faculty Teaching Excellence Award, University of New Mexico School of Engineering (2010)
Award for Connecting Professional Practice and Education, The National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) Engineering; awarded to UNM Senior Capstone Course taught by Dr. Schuler (2010)
Paul L. Busch Award, Water Environment Research Foundation (2008)
National Science Foundation CAREER Award recipient, 2004.
AEESP/CH2M HILL Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award, 1999.
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Postdoctoral Fellowship, 1999.
US Environmental Protection Agency Science to Achieve Results (STAR) Graduate Research Fellowship, 1995-98.
Graduation with Honors (M.S.), University of California at Berkeley.1993.
Regents Fellowship, University of California at Berkeley, 1992-1993.
Eckel Award (top departmental graduate), University of Colorado, 1987.
Graduation with Special Honors (B.S.), University of Colorado, Boulder, 1987.
Boettcher Scholar (Boettcher Foundation, Denver, Colorado), 1983-1987.
National Merit Scholar, 1983.
PUBLICATIONS (please contact me for reprints)
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