UMAPS alumna, U-M faculty collaborator, and team of U-M and African university faculty receive the Graham Institute Catalyst Grant
Adelaide Nieguitsila (2018-19 UMAPS) is part of an international collaborative project spearheaded by Nieguitsila's faculty collaborator Lutgarde Raskin and STEM-Africa member Rebecca Hardin on "Linking Research and Management for Sustainable and Safe Water Supply by Drinking Water Utilities across International Contexts." Aimed at pioneering a model for integrative water quality capacity within Gabon, this project was awarded a "Catalyst Grant" by the Graham Sustainability Institute.
Read more about the project here: http://graham.umich.edu/activity/44727
and more about the Catalyst Grant Awardees here: http://graham.umich.edu/feature/catalyst-grants-support-partnerships-tools