Carnegie Mellon University
September 11, 2015

Bartholomew Is Named James Sprague Fellow

Bartholomew Is Named James Sprague Fellow In 2014 CMU President Subra Suresh launched a Presidential Fellowship and Scholarship program that supports both undergraduates and graduate students. In the program’s inaugural year, CEE PhD Candidate Timothy Bartholomew was named the James Sprague Fellow.

Bartholomew, who is advised by CEE/EPP Assistant Professor Meagan Mauter, is researching the water management of shale gas industry. He is especially interested in quantifying the environmental impacts associated with the water management activities. Additionally, He plans to integrate environmental impacts into optimization models in order to understand the relationship between the economic and environmental costs.

Bartholomew comes to Pittsburgh from Aurora, Colorado and joined the department this year, having recently earned his BS in Chemical Engineering from Washington University.