Alyssa Schubert awarded American Water Works Association fellowship

The fellowship will support her research in distribution of risk in drinking water.

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Alyssa Schubert

Graduate student Alyssa Schubert has received a research fellowship from the Michigan Section of the American Water Works Association (MI-AWWA). According to the MI-AWWA website, the purpose of the fellowship is to “stimulate greater involvement of Michigan’s academic institutions and their graduate and undergraduate students in the study of drinking water related fields and to encourage innovative solutions to priority problems of the drinking water community.”

Schubert is currently a third-year graduate student advised by Borchardt and Glysson Collegiate Professor Nancy Love. Her research interests include distribution of risk in drinking water, understanding water user perceptions of risk and trust, and investigating use of enhanced monitoring strategies to drive more uniform equitable access to quality drinking water.



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