UF Student Wins Sustainability Award for Biogas Research
Ryan Graunke, an undergraduate research student with Dr. Wilkie and recent graduate of SNRE/University of Florida, has won the the Association for the
Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education's 2008 Student Research on Campus Sustainability Award for his paper: "Food and Fuel: Biogas Potential at Broward Dining Hall."
The student research award recognizes outstanding undergraduate research that advances the field of campus sustainability. See the award announcement and a link to Ryan's winning research paper at the AASHE website.
For more information on Ryan's research and to view a live video, see Biogas from Food Waste.
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