Ming earned his bachelor’s degrees in Environmental Policy & Planning and Microbiology at UC Davis, and a master’s degree in Geography & Environmental Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. His ultimate career goal is to find a remedy for contaminated aquatic environments in urban regions. Ming feels people should never downplay current issues in global water resources, such as dead zones and drinking water scarcity. With this goal, he is always seeking opportunities that could strengthen his research and communication skills. As a member of the One Community team, Ming is helping research the best community-based solutions for waste-to-energy conversion of non-recyclables.
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