May is currently “testing the waters” as a research assistant while going into her third year of pursuing an undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering with an option in Environmental Engineering. As a research assistant, her main project relates to the inhibition of nitrifying biofilm growth on various MBBR carriers and their performance at low temperatures.
She has had the opportunity to work with the group for over a year, and has previously worked as a chemical inventory technician for the Faculty of Engineering. This had helped her develop a solid understanding of good lab practices. When she’s not on campus or on hour long bus rides, she enjoys learning all about languages and their influence on our society and behaviors.
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