Prestigious NSF award advances UK researcher’s low-cost water treatment workTiffany Messer, Ph.D., an assistant professor of biosystems and ag...

Prestigious NSF award advances UK researcher’s low-cost water treatment workTiffany Messer, Ph.D., an assistant professor of biosystems and ag...Prestigious NSF award advances UK researcher’s low-cost water treatment work
Tiffany Messer, Ph.D., an assistant professor of biosystems and agricultural engineering, a joint program between the College of Engineering and College of Agriculture, Food and Environment, studies ways to improve water quality in rural and urban areas.

For her innovative approach, Messer is the recipient of the National Science Foundation (NSF) Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award.

The honor is one of the “most prestigious awards in support of the early career-development activities of teacher-scholars who most effectively integrate education and research within the context of their organization’s mission,” according to the NSF.