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Rachelle Duvall, Ph.D.

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Dr. Rachelle Duvall is a Research Physical Scientist at the US EPA. She obtained her PhD in Civil & Environmental Engineering with a focus on air pollution control from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Dr. Duvall first joined the US EPA as a postdoctoral fellow in June 2005. Her research focuses on determining sources of air pollution via computer models and linking sources to various health effects. Dr. Duvall has presented a variety of topics to many audiences in the past. She is passionate about exposing under-represented students to the world of environmental engineering and encouraging them to pursue careers in science and engineering.

- CareersEPA Postdoctoral ProgramCollege60 - 90 minutesDay (Evening and Weekends - occasionally)
- CareersEngineering CareersGrades 6-8, Grades 9-1230 - 90 minutesDay (Evening and Weekends - occasionally)
- CareersEnvironmental Engineering CareersGrades 6-8, Grades 9-1230-60 minutesDay (Evening and Weekends - occasionally)
- Air QualityAir Pollution (Background, legislation, sampling techniques, modeling)Grades 6-8, Grades 9-12, College30-90 minutesDay (Evening and Weekends - occasionally)
- EnvironmentProtecting the environment and endangered speciesGrades 6-830 - 90 minutesDay (Evening and Weekends - occasionally)
- Climate Change
- Environment
Climate ChangeGrades 6-8, Grades 9-12, College, Community30 - 90 minutesDay (Evening and Weekends - occasionally)
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