Assistant Professor of Engineering at Roger Williams University
Lillian Jeznach’s research focuses on the analysis of water quantity and quality in both natural and built hydrologic systems. Her research approach uses models to simulate the impacts on important physical, chemical, and biological processes in a system subject to changes in inputs and boundary conditions. She is particularly interested in quantifying the effects of climate change on water quality as well as understanding fate and transport of contaminants in drinking water sources. Other research interests of Dr. Jeznach include evaluating evidence-based teaching practices in STEM education, particularly those which may increase retention of underrepresented students in the engineering discipline.
- Ph.D., Civil Engineering | University of Massachusetts, Amherst
- M.S., Environmental Engineering | University of Massachusetts, Amherst
- B.S., Environmental Engineering | Worcester Polytechnic Institute