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Faculty Profile
Christine Georgakakos

Christine  Georgakakos

Assistant Professor

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425 Baker Laboratory


Research Profile

Christine joined the Department of Environmental Resources Engineering after completing a USDA postdoctoral fellowship with the Ecohydrology Lab at the University of Connecticut. Christine’s research interests center on the intersection of water quality and sustainable agriculture. Her work focuses on transport of contaminants associated with livestock agriculture and human activity.  Her current projects assess mobility and impact of antimicrobials in aquatic and soil environments of dairy farms in the northeast at small watershed scales. Christine is also interested in mitigating off-farm nutrient transport through assessment of agricultural best management practices.  In the classroom, she incorporates teaching-as-research projects and frameworks into her courses to assess best practices.

Project Website

Please see Christine's research website for more details on her work.