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Tom Bryan is a graduate student in the Nelson Institute pursuing a doctoral degree in Environment & Resources. The focus of his research is environmental impact assessment of food systems. He has conducted life cycle analyses of food served at Union South to determine the CO2e emissions of each dish served. With Professor Middlecamp, Tom develops laboratory activities about the life cycle of food and greenhouse gas emissions using the UW-Madison campus as a living, learning laboratory. He is also developing eco-impact calculators for individual dietary intake.

In fall 2015, Tom's research was recognized by AASHE, the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education. Here is the press release.

Tom completed his undergraduate degree at UW-Madison where he majored in microbiology. His undergraduate research focused on genetic characterization of plant-microbe mutualisms.

Office: Leopold Hall, B104D
Email: tbryan@wisc.edu

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