graduate students in SFR/IELCASS Research Group have been successful in securing small competitive grants to support their
participation in conferences, symposia, training and summer school on life cycle assessment, industrial ecology and sustainability
assessment both nationally and internationally.
1. Yosef Manik, an incoming (Fall 2010) Fulbright PhD student/scholar
from Indonesia, has been awarded recently a European Union (EU)/ Marie-Curie grant to support his participation in the EASY-ECO
2010 Conference in Evaluation of Sustainable Development,17-19 November 2010, Brussels, Belgium.
2. Najet Bichraoui,
a 2nd-semester PhD student from France, has been awarded a European Union (EU)/ Marie-Curie grant to support her participation
for EASY-ECO Sustainability Evaluation Training in Prague, Czech Republic, 27 Sept - 1 Oct 2010. She also received support
for her participation in the Summer Symposium on Sustainable System, Sannas, Finland, June 14-17, 2010.
Neupane, a graduating Master's student from Nepal, has been awarded a grant to support his participation in the Summer School
in Assessing and Communicating the Loss of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services, October 11 to 15, 2010, Thurnau, Germany.
This is relevant to his research project on incorporting biodiversity impacts on LCA methodology. He has also received an
award for his registration and partial contribution for travel expenses in the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry
(SETAC) 31st Conference in Portland, USA, 07 - 11 November 2010.
4. Mason Earles, a 3rd semester Master's student
from the US, has received grants to support his participation in the the Gordon-Kenan Research Seminar (GRS) on Industrial
Ecology, and an award to cover his registration to participate in the Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) X Meeting on 2 - 4 November
2010 in Portland, Oregon. He also has received support from US Forest Products Laboratory (FPL) for training expenses
in Forest Products Module (FPM)/Global Forest Products (GFP) model, and data gathering for his research project, August 18-
31, 2010, Madison, Wisconsin.
Halog received an NSF sponsored grant to attend the First International Congress on Sustainability Science, Cincinnatti,
Ohio, August 9 -12, 2009.
Dr. Anthony Halog is
certified as Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) Professional by the American Center for Life Cycle
Assessment (until January 1, 2012)
Dr. Anthony Halog’s
knowledge in Corporate and Industrial Sustainability (Sustainable Business Challenge Certificate) has been certified
Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD), Switzerland, since January 28, 1998.
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