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Join CEGE alumni and friends for the second year of this quarterly virtual event. Connect with Ohio State faculty sharing the next research innovations to advance civil, environmental and geodetic engineering practice and benefit society.

Join us for our next online event on February 8, 2023 from 12:00 noon - 1:00 pm.  |  Register


Natalie Hull

Assistant Professor  |  Environmental Engineering

Director  |  Water TEAM

Water Treatment Engineering And Microbiome Research Group 


Dr. Natalie Hull studies water microbiology at fundamental and system scales. Her academic background is in civil engineering (University of Kentucky, University of Colorado Boulder) and environmental engineering (University of Colorado Boulder), with post-graduate professional molecular biology and microbiome research (University of Colorado Boulder).

Dr. Hull leads the Water TEAM (Treatment Engineering And Microbiome) research group, which investigates sustainable engineering of water microbiology to protect human and environmental health. Her fundamental scale research focuses on optimizing physical ultraviolet light treatment and cellular/enzymatic biological water treatment to combat microbial threats.

Learn more about Dr. Hull's research.


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Attendees will receive one (1) attendance hour towards professional development activities.

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Please join us on February 8, 2023 for the next installment of CEGE CONNEXT.

Our presenter will be Assistant Professor Natalie Hull, a member of CEGE's Environmental Engineering faculty group.

Zoom meeting: 2.8.23

12:00 noon - 1:00 pm



For more information about the CEGE CONNEXT series, please contact:

Kevin Satterfield