Howard Weinberg

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Environmental Sci and Eng
UNC Chapel Hill

Weinberg's Research Group

Research Group Activities
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Spring 2015 - Last week of classes

Fall 2013 - celebrating our upcoming feature in Carolina Public Health magazine

Fall 2011 - Taking a moment out from celebrating the end of the Fall 2011 semester
Summer 2011
Summer 2011 - group picture

Fall 2010 - With the NC Fall foliage as backdrop, we set out for Savannah, GA and WQTC 2010

David Price
August 2010 - Visit from our local congressman, David Price
June 2009 - Reunion of group members after 10 years of separation; Micropol; San Francisco
Lyon, Goslan, and Weinberg
August 2009 - Bonnie Lyon, Emma Goslan (Cranfield University, UK), and Dr. Weinberg at Bonnie's Gordon Conference poster
Lyon, Flowers, and Kogevinas
August 2009 - Riley Flowers and Bonnie Lyon with GRC chair elect (2012) Manolis Kogevinas

Summer 2008- being waited on for those who served so well

June 2008 - Cavorting with "collaborators" at ACE

June 2008 - Receiving (from an ENVR alumnus) best poster award in the Water Science & Research Division at ACE

June 2008 - We were judged by 2 of the world's most prominent environmental engineers. (ACE)

March 2008 - MIOX Research Team

March 2008 - Can he still be educated?

January 2008 - Research group, farewell to Cynthia.

2007 - At the peak of our productivity studying fate and transport of biologically active chemicals

2007 - Gathering prior to WQTC

March 2007 - ACS Spring Meeting, Chicago

Postdocs entertained by future graduates.

A major role of our TAs.

ENVR is one happy family.

2005 Gingerbread House Competition Winners.

2005 - Well deserved awards for Vanessa Pereira

Our most recent acquisition (LC/MS/MS).

2004 - Research group

2004 - Cookout at Chez Weinberg

2002 - Group cooking

2000 - The beginnings of international collaboration

1998 - The first signs of an emerging research group

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