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 Oerther, Daniel B.
 Civil, Arch & Environ Engr
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 211 Civil Engineering
 ROLLA, MO 65409

University of Illinois, Urbana, Doctor of Philosophy, 2002

CAREER; NAKFI Genomics/STEAM; NAE FOEE; DoS (Fulbright-Nehru/Pai/ALCOA Distinguished Chair, Jefferson Science Fellow, Meritorious Service); AEESP + AAEES (MS Thesis, Outstanding Educational Contribution, E3, E4, Dentel); STTI Honorary Lifetime Member

Professor Oerther joined Missouri S&T in July, 2010 after ten years on the faculty of the University of Cincinnati where he was most recently the Chair of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Director of the Ohio Center of Excellence in Sustainable Urban Environments. He currently holds the John A. and Susan Mathes Chair of Environmental Engineering, and he is a Jefferson Science Fellow of the National Academies. Professor Oerther earned his B.A. in biological sciences and his B.S. in environmental engineering from Northwestern University in 1995. He earned his M.S. and his Ph.D. from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. Professor Oerther has completed postgraduate coursework in Microbial Ecology from the Marine Biology Laboratory, in Public Health from The Johns Hopkins University, and Public Administration from Indiana University, Bloomington.

Research Interests
environmental biotechnology, urban sustainability, global development

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