Nick Waldo

Nick received his A.B. in Environmental Science and Engineering from Harvard University in 2013, where he conducted research in ultrasound water purification. Before coming to the University of Washington, he was a research assistant at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution working on paleotempestology. At UW, Nick is researching how interactions between plants, microbes, and environmental conditions affect methane emissions from wetlands. While away from research, Nick enjoys hiking, skiing, climbing and any other excuse to adventure outdoors.

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Yasmine Farhat

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Yasmine received her B.S. from the University of Nebraska at Omaha in 2015, where she double majored in biology and chemistry. During her time at UNO she conducted research on the endocrine disrupting effects of agricultural run-off. Her current project in the hydro-biogeochemistry group looks at the impact of climate change on the nutritional quality of rice. Outside of work she enjoys swimming, traveling, cooking and listening to public radio.

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