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Student Investigates Solutions to Arsenic in Groundwater

Gillispie on bench
Ph.D. student Elizabeth Gillispie is investigating arsenic in groundwater, a problem for people around the globe.

Soil science Ph.D. student Elizabeth Gillispie says the mix of experiences she’s gained at NC State – high and low tech; research, outreach and policy; and field and laboratory work – is the kind of diversity she hopes for in a career. Her current research seeks answers to the problem of arsenic contamination in groundwater, which can cause serious human health problems.

Learn more about Gillispie’s work in Cambodia, CALS News Center Student Perspectives

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