Noblet, Zimmerman, and Shea honored for solutions-oriented PFAS Research

Dr. Caroline Noblet, Graduate Student Charity Zimmerman and Undergraduate Researcher Molly Shea are part of the Mitchell Center’s interdisciplinary PFAS Research Initiative which recently received the Mitchell Center for Sustainability Solutions Award for Outstanding contribution toward the development of a solution by a research team. Noblet, Zimmerman, and Shea collaborated on research examining Maine residents’ baseline knowledge of PFAS contamination and preferences for how to address PFAS contamination that is now helping advance solutions. Congratulations to this innovative trio of SOE researchers !

To learn more about the Mitchell Center’s PFAS Research Initiative, click here.

To access the trio’s recent publication in Maine Policy Review, click here.

To learn more about Dr. Caroline Noblet, click here.