Christina Cianfrani, associate professor of hydrology, received her B.S. from the University of Pennsylvania, M.S. from Yale University, and Ph.D. in civil and environmental engineering from the University of Vermont. Her research focuses on watershed processes approached from an ecological and engineering perspective. Specifically, she explores the effects of urbanization on stream systems and conducts basic geomorphological research relating hydrologic stream characteristics with biotic integrity. To conduct these interdisciplinary research projects she partners with local and state agencies, research institutions, non-profit organizations, and private consultants.
Her teaching interests include watershed hydrology, stream ecology, sustainable water resources, stream restoration, and fluvial geomorphology.
School of Natural Science
Recent and Upcoming Courses
NS-0365: Environmental Resources Seminar (Spring 2014)
NS-0157/NS-0357: Sustainable Water Resources (Spring 2014)
NS-0126/NS-0326: Water in a Changing Climate (Fall 2013)
NS-0255: Watershed Hydrology (Fall 2013)