Georgia Tech hosts first-annual 200-person Southeastern Biogeochemistry Symposium with 15 institutions from 7 states represented, shown here EAS PhD student Eryn Eitel discussing her research with William Schlesinger, President of the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies
ATLANTA – Jennifer Glass is a new assistant professor in the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences. Joining Georgia Tech, she plans to figure out how the world works through geochemistry and environmental microbiology.
Jennifer Glass: We’re studying microbes in the environment. We’re interested in how they influence chemical cycling and how this is important for global biogeochemical cycles.