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Professional Affiliation & Outreach Activities

2016–Present, Member of the American Chemical Society

2018–Present, Member in Association of Environmental Engineering & Science Professors

2018–Present, Member of the International Water Association

2019–Present, Member of the Soil Science Society of America

2022–Present, Member of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry

Reviewer for Journals (reviewed 262 articles for 28 journals as of 28 December 2022)

Applied Energy (3); Applied Geography (1); Atmospheric Environment (2); Bioresource Technology (24); Chemosphere (1); Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology (1); Environmental Engineering Science (2); Energy (21); Environmental Geochemistry and Health (4); Environmental Research (3); Environmental Science & Technology (2);  Environmental Science Processes & Impacts (2); Geoderma (1); Habitat International (1); Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis (1); Journal of Cleaner Production (99); Journal of Earth Science (3); Journal of Environmental Management (3); Journal of Environmental Quality (4); Journal of Environmental Sciences (1); Journal of Hazardous Materials (22); Journal of Hydrology (2); Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering (28); Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition (1), Journal of South Carolina Water Resources (1); Science of the Total Environment (27); Sustainability (1); Water Research (1).

Reviewer for Research Proposals

Joint Fire Science Program under USGS (2023); Division of Earth Sciences at US NSF (2022).

Volunteer Judge in Poster Competition

Judged 16 posters in 2019 Graduate Research and Discovery Symposium (GRADS) by Clemson University, SC, 3 April 2019

Mentor in Stockholm Junior Water Prize (SJWP) (Jan - April 2018)

Advised high-school students on the project of “Designing a Smart Floating Wetland to Enhance Pollutant Removal Efficiency in Storm Water Ponds” for the entry to 2018 U.S. Stockholm Junior Water Prize [video1]

Volunteer in STEM Summer Camp (May 23nd-27th, 2016)

Helped the seventh- to ninth-grade students at Lenoir City and Loudon County Schools, Knoxville, TN, US to create a water filter to clean dirty water and then measure the water quality [news1, news2]

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