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Craig Criddle (Professor)

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Personal bio
Craig Criddle is a Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Stanford University and Senior Fellow in the Woods Institute for the Environment. His research focus is biotechnology for clean water, renewable energy, and green chemistry, and he teaches courses on aquatic chemistry, biotechnology, and public health engineering. He graduated from Utah State University in 1982 with a BS degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering and a BA in Spanish, and in 1984 with a MS degree in Environmental Engineering. In 1990, he received his PhD from Stanford. After graduation, he joined the faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Michigan State University for 9 years then returned to Stanford where he's been a faculty member since 1998.

Currently teaching
CEE 177: Aquatic Chemistry and Biology (Autumn)
CEE 271B: Environmental Biotechnology (Winter)
CEE 371L: Helminthic Disease Monitoring and Control. (Winter)
CEE 374B: Introduction to Physiology of Microbes in Biofilms (Winter)
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