Dr. Stephen Jacquemin
Stephen Jacquemin graduated from Ohio Northern University in 2008 and earned a PhD in Environmental Science from Ball State University in 2013. Dr. Jacquemin’s research interests focus on understanding and improving water quality. Specifically, Dr. Jacquemin studies nutrient runoff and best management practices to reduce eutrophication rates in freshwater systems. In addition, he also studies the ecology and evolution of freshwater fishes and mollusks as they relate to environmental quality. The overarching mission of his work is to promote the conservation of aquatic resources through increased understanding of the various spatial and temporal patterns inherent in the environmental quality of the Ohio River and Great Lakes Watersheds.