Tranicè Warner

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Ph.D. Student
Hometown: Kansas City, MO

Research interests: Tranicè, a Kansas City, Missouri native, completed her B.S. in civil engineering at California State University,- Fresno, in 2014. As a Husband-Boeing Scholar, she has conducted research regarding producing biodegradable plastic from various waste streams. Currently, Tranicè’s research focuses on developing novel membrane materials that reduce the occurrence and severity of fouling for wastewater treatment applications. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, blogging, traveling, and painting.

B.S. Civil Engineering, Water & Geotechnical Design Emphasis, California State University – Fresno (Fresno, CA) (August 2014 – May 2017)

Awards & Fellowships:
2018                NSF Graduate Research Fellowship
2018                Tau Beta Pi Fellowship
2018                Ford Pre-Doctoral Fellowship Honorable Mention
2017                USC Viterbi Ph.D. Supplemental Merit with Top-off Fellow
2017                Brown & Caldwell Minority Scholar
2016                Trustee Emeritus Peter Mehas Scholar
2016                CSU Board of Trustee’s Outstanding Scholar
2015                Leon S. Peters Engineering Endowed Scholar
2015                Harry L. Bahr Engineering Scholar
2014                Husband-Boeing Honors Scholar