Students

Alina Rodriguez's picture Alina Rodriguez, B.S.

Candidate for Master of Environmental Science, 2019

Holly Rudel's picture Holly Rudel

Holly is a first year in the Zimmerman lab researching the correlation between structure and function in nanoscale metal-oxides.

Lauren Pincus's picture Lauren Pincus

Ph.D Student, School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, Yale University

Camrynn Fausey's picture Camrynn Fausey, M.S.

Ph.D. Candidate, Chemical and Environmental Engineering, Yale University


Cammie is a fourth-year in both Professor Elimelech and Professor Zimmerman’s research groups in the Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering at Yale University.

Urvi Tataly's picture Urvi Tataly, MBA

Master of Environmental Management candidate at the Yale School of the Environment.


Urvi is a Master of Environmental Management candidate at the Yale School of the Environment. She is interested in green chemistry, industrial ecology and corporate sustainability and the role businesses have to play in mitigating climate change. She serves as a Specialization Coordinator for the Industrial Ecology and Green Chemistry Specialization and is a leader of the Industrial Ecology student interest group. Before coming to Yale, she has interned with various organizations including UN Environment. She has a Bachelors degree in chemical engineering and an MBA from NMIMS University in India.

Mark Falinski's picture Mark Falinski

Ph.D Student, Chemical & Environmental Engineering, Yale University

Mary Kate Mitchell Lane's picture Mary Kate Mitchell Lane

Ph.D Student, Chemical & Environmental Engineering

Julia Nojeim's picture Julia Nojeim, B.S.

Master of Environmental Management candidate specializing in Industrial Ecology and Green Chemistry


Julia is a second-year Master of Environmental Management candidate specializing in Industrial Ecology and Green Chemistry. In addition to being a Specialization Coordinator, she is also a leader of the Industrial Ecology student interest group and a facilitator for the Greenlight consulting club. Her interests involve finding ways to embed green chemistry into a circular economy, especially pertaining to water quality. Julia graduated from Fairfield University in 2019 with a Bachelors degree in Environmental Studies and has done prior work with urban agriculture, electric vehicles, and sustainability in higher education.