Patricia Holden, Professor – Environmental Microbiology
PhD, Soil Microbiology, UC Berkeley; MEng, Civil & Environmental Engineering, UC Berkeley; MS, Civil Engineering, Purdue University; BS, Civil Engineering, University of Tennessee
Note: Patricia (Trish) Holden is currently serving as director of the UC Natural Reserve System and is on 50% administrative leave from the Bren School. In 2013-14, she is teaching ESM 202 Environmental Biogeochemistry and ESM 595JJ PhD Seminar in Environmental Microbiology. In academic year 2014-15, she will teach ESM 214 Bioremediation and Industrial Composting, and ESM595JJ PhD Seminar in Environmental Microbiology. She also serves as an advisor to the Eco-Entrepreneurship program at the Bren School.
Patricia (Trish) Holden ‘s background is in civil/environmental engineering and soil microbiology. Her research cross-cuts these fields, with current projects regarding the interactive effects of soil, water, and nutrients on deep-soil bacterial processes, bacterial interactions with engineered nanomaterials in soil and water, and microbiological coastal water quality in urban environments.
Office: Bren Hall 3508
Lab: Bren Hall 2318
Bren Courses Taught
|Laboratory in Bioremediation|
|Microbial Processes in the Environment|
|Laboratory in Microbial Proceses|
|595||PhD Seminar: Environmental Microbiology|
|595||PhD Seminar: Academic Research Writing|
|595||PhD Seminar: Proposal Writing|
|595||PhD/MESM Seminar: Bioenergy/Biofuels|