PETER F. STROM, PhD, is a Professor of Environmental Sciences at Cook College, Rutgers University, specializing in biological treatment and water pollution. He is a member of the Water Environment Federation, the American Society for Microbiology, the Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors, and the International Water Association.
Ron started at Rutgers as a laboratory researcher at Rutgers Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences (now DMCS). He has worked for various principal investigators over the years as his position transitioned from lab researcher to technician, manager, and program assistant. In addition to managing the Nutrient Analysis Laboratory and maintaining its instrumentation, Ron is
Samantha is an undergraduate (sophomore) at Rutgers University studying Environmental Policy, Institutions and Behavior. As the lead laboratory assistant she helps to maintain the lab, assists with student training, sample analysis, and data processing. Samantha also helps to support the Air & Noise Pollution Training Program by maintaining registration database records, processing purchase orders and