Using Constructed Wetlands to Mitigate the Impacts of Combined Sewage Overflows: A Conceptual Solution for 2030
OCEANS 5 TEAM
Nathanael Linton is a senior History major at Pace University. As part of his major course of study, Nathanael did research in a few areas including the historiography of African- American subculture and subjective/objective practice in historical thought. He will focus on the research aspects related to the problem, as well as the implementation of the proposed solution
Mackenzie is a junior Honors computer science major at Pace University. She will be focusing on developing and creating technologies throughout the project which aligns with her passion. Mackenzie’s goal for CBI is for clean water to be recognized as a global standard for humanity.
Kyle Hanson is a student at Pace University and is majoring in Information Systems with a minor in Computer Science. He aims to bring his skills from working in IT and environmental systems to the team setting, helping to create innovative ideas.
Will is a senior Computer Science student at Pace University. He enjoys exploring all aspects of technology and aims to apply technology to solve problems. His interest in SDG’s goal 6 and 14 is simple: despite being an incredibly important resource, water quality is widely neglected.
Sven Latinovic is a senior at Pace University studying Applied Psychology and Film Studies. During the CBI project he will be focusing on the artistic and creative aspects of OCEANS5’s vision. He wants to track and present the team’s endeavors in a way that would bring the whole experience closer to all.