HOME Prospective
Students
People Education
& Training
Scholarship Research News/Events Other Links Contact Us
Michigan Technological
University

Sustainable Futures Institute
1400 Townsend Drive
Houghton, Michigan 49931
Phone: 906.487.2551
Fax: 906.487.2822
e-mail: sfi@mtu.edu 

Southern University
and A & M College

Nelson Mandela School of
Public Policy and Urban Affair
s

410 Higgins Hall
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70813
Phone: 225.771.3092
Fax: .225.771.3105

 
Participating Students
   
 
Lauren Fry
IGERT Trainee, Michigan Technological University
Ph.D. Student in Civil and Environmental Engineering
lmfry@mtu.edu [e-mail]

Advisor(s)
Dr. James Mihelcic

Hometown
Menasha, WI

Undergrad Institution
Gustavus Adolphus College

Hobbies
Canoeing, sailing, gardening

Research
Water Resources, Water Resource Sustainability, Millennium Development Goals

Scholarship

Fry, L.M., J.R. Mihelcic, and D.W. Watkins. 2008. Water and
Nonwater-related Challenges of Achieving Global Sanitation Coverage.
Environmental Science and Technology,42(12): 4298-4304.

Fry, L, J.R. Mihelcic, D.W. Watkins, Jr. (2006). Improving Public Health by Improving Water Supply: Results from Springbox Projects in Cameroon. Journal of Engineering for Sustainable Development: Energy, Environment, Health, 1(1):33-42.

Fry, L.M. and J.R. Mihelcic. (2006). Integrating a Global Perspective into Graduate Engineering Education & Research. Proceedings of the 5th Annual ASEE Global Colloquium on Engineering Education, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, October 9-12.

Fry, L.M., J.R. Mihelcic, and D.W. Watkins. (2007) November 12-15. "Meeting the Millennium Development Target for Sanitation: Barriers and Solutions." American Water Resources Association 2007 Annual Water Resources Conference, Albuquerque, NM.

Fry, L., J.R. Mihelcic, and D.W. Watkins, Jr. (2006) "Improving Public Health by Improving Groundwater Supply: Results from Springbox Projects in Cameroon." National Ground Water Association Summit, April 2006.

Fry, L. (2006). "Improving Public Health through Improvements in Water Supply; Experience in Cameroon, Africa." Michigan Water Environment Association Section 21 Wastewater Treatment Operators Conference, May, 2006.

Fry, L. (2004). Spring Improvement as a Tool for Prevention of Water-Related Illness in Four Villages of the Center Province of Cameroon. Civil & Environmental Engineering, Michigan Technological University, 137 pages. www.cee.mtu.edu/sustainable_engineering.

Cowden, J.R., Watkins, D.W., Mihelcic, J.R., and Fry, L.M. (2007). December 10-14. Probabilistic Impact Assessment of Domestic Rainwater Harvesting in Urban Slums: West Africa Case Study, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

Mihelcic, J.R., K.G. Paterson, L.D. Phillips, Q. Zhang, D.W. Watkins, B. Barkdoll, V.J. Fuchs, L.M. Fry, D.R. Hokanson, "Educating Engineers in the Sustainable Futures Model with a Global Perspective," Civil Engineering and Environmental Systems, in press, 2008.

Mihelcic, J.R., L.M. Fry, E.A. Myre, B.D. Barkdoll, and L. Phillips (Eds.). Field Guide in Environmental Engineering for Development Workers: Water Supply, Sanitation Systems, and Indoor Air. In Press with American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Press.

   
   
  [ BACK TO STUDENTS ]
 
       

HOME | PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS | PEOPLE | EDUCATION & TRAINING | SCHOLARSHIP | RESEARCH | NEWS/EVENTS | OTHER LINKS | CONTACT US

This site hosted by Michigan Tech. Michigan Technological University is an equal opportunity educational institution/equal opportunity employer.