Armour College of Engineering Undergraduate Svetlana Taylor Named Recipient of American Chemical Society Award

DSC_0008_news.jpgSvetlana Taylor (CHE 4th year) was named a recipient of the American Chemical Society (ACS) Division of Environmental Chemistry 2016 Undergraduate Award. Students selected for the honor must be full-time undergraduate students currently enrolled in chemistry, environmental engineering, or other programs emphasizing environmental chemistry who have completed one full year of study at their current institution.

Taylor was selected for the award after being nominated by Paul Anderson, associate dean of academic affairs in Armour College of Engineering; associate professor of environmental engineering; director of environmental engineering; co-director of undergraduate initiatives and enrichment programs for Armour College of Engineering; and Taylor’s Armour R&D mentor. Anderson nominated Taylor for the award based on her dedication to developing an automated device to harvest rainwater for a campus garden as part of the Armour R&D program.