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Bridget Anger, '21 Chemical Engineering, recognized by ACS

Undergraduate Award ACS Division of Environmental Chemistry

Congratulations to Bridget Anger, '21 Chemical Engineering. She received the Undergraduate Award from the American Chemical Society's Division of Environmental Chemistry. 

In her nomination package, Dr. Lee Blaney, Associate Professor wrote: "Bridget Anger was selected due to her outstanding contributions to research efforts involving analysis of antimicrobial activity for environmentally-relevant antibiotics subjected to photochemical treatment processes. To improve bioassay sensitivity, Bridget has performed antimicrobial activity assays for dozens of antibiotics with Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas fluorescens, and Mycoplasma microti. To date, these data have been included in four presentations and one peer-reviewed journal article. Her work facilitated collection of new information that enabled us to make key advances in antimicrobial activity analysis. She is fully deserving of this prestigious award." 

Bridget will begin her PhD this fall at George Washington University. 

Posted: July 7, 2021, 8:51 AM