Stephanie Bolyard is the Research and Scholarships Program Manager at the Environmental Research and Education Foundation. Dr. Bolyard received her PhD in environmental engineering at the University of Central Florida. She has eight years of academic and professional experience in domestic wastewater permitting, environmental compliance, solid waste management, and nanotechnology. Her research expertise, include solid waste management, analytical chemistry, advance spectroscopic techniques, biological and advanced oxidation processes, domestic wastewater treatment, and nanotechnology. Dr. Bolyard worked for Brown and Caldwell and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection prior to starting her graduate studies. Her professional background has allowed her to bring engineering experience into the classroom as well as understand firsthand how her research impacts not only industry but also society. She has built an extensive professional network due to her active membership and numerous leadership roles in the Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors, International Waste Working Group, American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists, and the Water Environment Federation. She is an Environmental Research and Education Foundation doctoral scholar, ATHENA International Emerging Women Leader Fellow, and a former National Science Foundation East Asia and Pacific Summer Institute Fellow.
B.S. Chemistry University of Florida
M.S. Environmental Engineering University of Central Florida
Ph.D. Environmental Engineering University of Central Florida
- I am willing to be contacted by educators for possible speaking engagements in schools or in after school programs or summer camps.
- I am willing to be contacted about potential job shadowing by interested students.
- I am willing to be interviewed by interested students via email.