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Professor Gu wins Ralph Fuhrman Medal for Outstanding Water Quality Academic-Practice
Professor April Gu was selected by the Water Environment Federation as the 2019 recipient of the prestigious Ralph Fuhrman Medal for Outstanding Water Quality Academic-Practice Collaboration in connection. Gu shares this award with her colleagues, Charles Bott, James Barnard, Peter Schauer, Andrew Shaw, Imre Takacs and Paul Dombrowski. The research paper associated with this award is titled, "The Investigation of the Mechanisms for Optimization and Design of a Side-Stream EBPR Process as a Sustainable Approach for Achieving Stable and Efficient Phosphorus Removal." WER writes, "this pioneering research has significantly advanced knowledge and understanding and that could fundamentally change how water profession design and implement effective phosphorus removal technologies. The outcome will help transforming our understanding and ability to protect and preserve water resources in a sustainable and cost effective manner and to minimize impact on health and the environment."
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