Julian Marshall
Assistant Professor of Environmental Engineering, University of Minnesota
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Julian Marshall is an assistant professor of environmental engineering and a McKnight Land- Grant Professor in the Department of Civil Engineering at University of Minnesota. Dr. Marshall studies exposure to air pollution. His areas of focus include relationships between urban design and air pollution; pollution and health impacts of alternative transportation fuels (e.g., biofuels) and modes (e.g., walking and biking); and measuring air pollution exposures in low-income countries.E��HeE��holds courtesy appointments in Mechanical Engineering, Urban and Regional Planning, and Environmental Health Sciences.E��Dr. Marshall is a member of the Minnesota Population Center, a faculty scholar in the Center for Transportation Studies, and resident fellow at the Institute on the Environment. Marshall co-founded and co-directs Acara, a series of classes and incubations to encourage social entrepreneurship for environmental grand challenges in the US and India. His is co-founder and director for the Peace Corps Masters International program in Environmental Engineering at University of Minnesota. Marshall earned a BSE in Chemical Engineering (High Honors) from Princeton, and a MS and PhD in Energy and Resources from UC Berkeley.

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