Arthur Temple College of Forestry and Agriculture

Eighteen senior and graduate students of the SFA Environmental Science program recently attended the Environmental Challenges and Innovations Conference: Gulf Coast in Houston, which is hosted annually by the Texas Association of Environmental Professionals (TAEP).    SFA undergraduate students Sean Pessara and Paul Swartz were recognized at the conference as TAEP scholarship recipients.  SFA graduate students Rachel Blodgett and T. Wells Shartle presented research papers at the conference.  Blodgett’s paper was titled: Utilizing Industrial Ash to Stabilize Arsenic in Chromated Copper Aresenate (CCA) Contaminated Soil. Shartle’s paper was titled: Fate of Phosphorus in Constructed Wetlands for Water Reuse.