Kelly Good is a graduate research assistant at Carnegie Mellon University in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, where she has been funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) and NSF Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship in Nanotechnology-Environmental Effects and Policy (IGERT-NEEP). Her Ph.D. research focuses on the effects of energy-related activities on drinking water sources, with a particular emphasis on quantifying bromide contributions from coal-fired power plants that can lead to increases in toxic disinfection byproducts in downstream drinking water systems. She obtained her M.S. from Carnegie Mellon in 2015. Prior to graduate school, she earned her B.S. in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Villanova University, where participation in service learning projects in Honduras ignited her passion for water resources. From 2009-2013 Kelly worked as a water utility planning engineer for American Water in Voorhees, New Jersey.
Ph.D. , Energy ScienceClass of 2019