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Dr. Guang Jin

Department of Health Sciences
Office
FSA 323
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Biography

Guang Jin, Professor in Environmental Health, teaches courses on water and waste water pollution control, air quality and pollution control, pollution prevention, and global environmental health issues. Guang Jin earned her Sc.D. in Environmental Health Sciences from Tulane University, while majoring in water quality management. Dr. Jin’s research interests include: bioenergy, STEM education for non-STEM majors, water quality modeling and management.

Research Interests & Areas

Bioenegy, STEM education for non-STEM majors, water quality modeling and management.

Ph D Environmental Health Sciences

School of Public Health & Tropical Medicine, Tulane University
New Orleans, LA, USA

MS Chemical Engineering

Tulane University
New Orleans, LA, USA

BS Biochemical Engineering

Nanjing Institute of Chemical Technology
Nanjing, China

University Outstanding Researcher Award

Illinois State University
2016

Researcher of the Year 2010

Department of Health Sciences, Illinois State University
2011

Researcher of the Year 2008

Department of Health Sciences, Illinois State University
2009

Outstanding Teacher Award, 2007-2008

College of Applied Science and Technology, Illinois State University
2008

Researcher of the Year 2006

Department of Health Sciences, Illinois State University
2007

Research of the Year 2005

Department of Health Sciences, Illinois State University
2006

Outstanding Researcher Award, 2004-2005

College of Applied Science and Technology, Illinois State University
2005

Researcher of the Year 2004

Department of Health Sciences, Illinois State University
2004

University Teaching Initiative Award, 2003-2004

Illinois State University
2004

Teacher of the Year 2003

Department of Health Science, Illinois State University
2003

Journal Article, Academic Journal

Jin, G., Bierma, T., & Yang, L. Cap-and-Trade: Understanding and teaching a market-based approach to natural resource allocation. Natural Sciences Education 45.doi:10.4195/nse2015.0030 (2016)
Jin, G., & Bierma, T. Low-heat, mild alkaline pretreatment of switchgrass for anaerobic digestion. Journal of Environmental Science and Health, PartA: 49.5 (2014): 565-574.
Hu, C., Jin, G., & Englande, A. Evaluation and applicability of water quality and nutrients removal by coastal wetlands receiving treated municipal wastewater and its application.. Management of Environmental Quality: An International Journal 22.4 (2011): 522-531.
Jin, G., & Bierma, T. Guided-inquiry learning in environmental health. Journal of Environmental Health 73.6 (2011)

Journal Article, Professional Journal

Jin, G., Bierma, T., & Walker, P. Biogas production from switchgrass under experimental conditions simulating U.S. digester operations. Journal of Environmental Science and Health

Presentations

Teaching Statistics Using a Hybrid/online Approach. Creating Climates for Teaching and Learning” - Illinois State University Annual Teaching & Learning Symposium. Illinois State University. (2012)
STEM for Non-STEM Majors: POGIL, “Clickers”, and Biodiesel in a Lecture Hall Environmental Science Course. POGIL Great Lake Regional Meeting. National Science Foundation. (2011)

Grants & Contracts

Fate of Pharmaceutical and Personal Care Products in Irrigated Wastewater Effluent. Illinois Sustainable Technology Center. State. (2011)
Collaborative Research: Biodiesel for non-STEM Majors: Three Applications. National Science Foundation Course Curriculum Laboratory Improvement (CCLI) program. (2009)
Interim Markets for Energy Crops: Anaerobic Digestion and Wastewater Irrigation Phase II. US Department of Energy. Federal. (2009)
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