I am spending this summer in the lively city of Austin, Texas, as part of a Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program sponsored by the NSF. I am working at a lab at the University of Texas in Austin researching non-residential water demand in the City of Austin and the potential for on-site water re-use systems.
Throughout the 10 weeks I am spending in Austin, I am participating in hands-on research, exploration, and a variety of seminars and field trips. In order to document and share my experiences in this program with others I have written a series of posts detailing my adventures in these categories.
Seminars: Looking to learn some fascinating information? Check out my recountings of the various seminars and distinguished speakers I heard over the summer during REU program events. →ESI REU Seminars 2017←
Field Trips: Curious about some of the environmental sites around Austin? Check out my experiences with field trips this summer. There may even be some useful visitor info! →ESI REU Field Trips 2017←
Exploration: Besides research, what have I been up to this summer? Check out some of the areas on campus and in austin that I explored this summer. All environmentally focused of course. →ESI REU Exploration 2017←
Research: Fascinated about my research topic and findings? Read about the steps I took to complete my research and what I found after the long hours of computer modeling. →ESI REU Research 2017←
About UT: Where am I spending the summer? Learn more about UT, its sustainability efforts, and some of the great environmental opportunities that are available from dining to driving. →ESI REU About UT Austin 2017←
Want to see it all? Check out my UT Austin Archive here →UT Austin ESI REU 2017←