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Rebecca Muenich

Nov 11, 2022

Why Phosphorus Matters for a Circular Bioeconomy

John Classen, Rebecca Muenich, Alison Deviney, and Raven McLaurin feature in ASABE’s Resource magazine. They discuss the need to shift the focus from human wastewater to include more alternative sources…

May 20, 2022

Rebecca Muenich Answers: How Much Phosphorus Is Safe for Our Streams and Rivers?

Join Rebecca Muenich as she discusses the topic of phosphorus in waterways with the Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette on the Know the News podcast.

Apr 13, 2022

STEPS Emerging Research Showcase

Join us at the STEPS Emerging Research Showcase! At this Emerging Research Showcase event, we’ll focus on the new NSF Science and Technology Center led by NC State: the Science and Technologies for Phosphorus…

Apr 1, 2022

Researcher Rebecca Muenich Honored With Early Career Award

 “It was such a privilege to be given this by the first female Dean of Engineering Kim Needy.” — Rebecca Muenich. Rebecca Muenich was presented with the Early Career Alumni…

Mar 23, 2022

Rebecca Muenich Receives Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award!

Rebecca Muenich, Assistant Professor in Arizona State’s School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment, received a 2021 ASU Faculty Women’s Association Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award.

Mar 10, 2021

Bias Correction of Climate Model Outputs Influences Watershed Model Nutrient Load Predictions

Recent work out of Rebecca Muenich’s lab demonstrates the impact of bias correcting climate model output on watershed model nutrient load prediction. Bias correction was found to influence hydrological processes…