Julia Campbell is a master’s candidate in the Environmental Sciences Graduate Program. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in Microbiology with a minor in Spanish from Rutgers University as well. Her research focuses on the Microbial Degradation of Pharmaceuticals and Person Care Products in Wastewater Treatment Facilities. When she is not in the lab, Julia enjoys arts & crafts, cooking and going for walks.
Brian Caycho is an undergraduate student at the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences majoring in Environmental Policy, Institutions and Behavior with a double minor in Sustainability and French. He is interested in environmental management strategies and how nations respond to environmental hazards.
Brian was born and raised in central New Jersey. He enjoys mountain biking, snowboarding, and camping.
Elizabeth (Dede) Murray is an undergraduate student at the Bloustein School and Rutgers Business School studying Planning and Public Policy and Business Administration. She is interested in renewable energy and the institution of sustainable energy practices into public and private infrastructure. She is proud to be from New Jersey, a state that is a leader in solar power integration. She enjoys bike riding, animals, snowboarding, writing poetry, and spending time outdoors.