Faculty - Bartelt-Hunt

Shannon Bartelt-Hunt, Professor

Shannon Bartelt

Shannon L. Bartelt-Hunt

Civil Engineering
203B Peter Kiewit Institute
Omaha, NE 68182-0178
Office: 402-554-3868
Bartelt-Hunt's webpage

Research Areas
Physicochemical fate of contaminants in soil and water, contaminant fate and transport in landfills

Academic Degrees

  • Ph.D. in Civil Engineering (Environmental), University of Virginia, 2004
  • M.S. in Civil Engineering (Environmental), University of Virginia, 2000
  • B.S. in Environmental Engineering, Northwestern University, 1998

Areas of Research and Professional Interest

  • Physicochemical fate of contaminants in soil and water
  • Contaminant fate and transport in landfills

Courses Taught

  • CIVE 326 - Introduction to Environmental Engineering
  • CIVE 327 - Environmental Engineering Laboratory
  • CIVE 424/824 - Solid Waste Management Engineering
  • CIVE 498/898 - Special Topics in Civil Engineering

Honors and Awards

  • Grand Prize for University Research, American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists, 2015
  • R. Vernon McBroom Engineering Leadership Fellow, 2014
  • Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors (AEESP) Distinguished Service Award, 2014
  • College of Engineering Faculty Research and Creative Activity Award, 2013
  • National Science Foundation CAREER award, 2012
  • McGraw-Hill/AEESP Award for Outstanding Teaching in Environmental Science and Engineering, 2011
  • Dean’s Award for Excellence in Graduate Education, 2011
  • UNL College of Engineering Faculty Service Award, 2011

Selected Publications

  • Zhang, Y.; Sallach, J.B.; Hodges, L.; Snow, D.D.; Bartelt-Hunt, S.L., Eskridge, KM, Li, X. (2016). Effects of Soil texture and drought stress on antibiotic and salmonella uptake by lettuce following wastewater irrigation. Environmental Pollution, 208: 523-531.
  • Phan, H.T.M.; Bartelt-Hunt, S.L., Rodenhausen, K.B., Schubert, M. and Bartz, J.C. Investigation of bovine serum albumin (BSA) attachment onto self-assembled monolayers (SAMs) using combinatorial Quartz Crystal Microbalance with Dissipation (QCM-D) and Spectroscopic Ellipsometry (SE). PLoS One, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0141282.
  • Sallach, J.B., Snow, D.D., Hodges, L., Li, X., and Bartelt-Hunt, S.L. (2015). Development and Comparison of Four Methods for the Extraction of Antibiotics from a Vegetative Matrix. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, DOI: 10.1002/etc.3214.
  • Zhang, Y.; Krysl, R.G., Ali, J.M., Snow, D.D., Bartelt-Hunt, S.L. and Kolok, A.S. (2015). Impact of sediment on agrichemical fate and bioavailability to adult female fathead minnows: A field study. Environmental Science and Technology, 49(15): 9037–9047.
  • Sangster, J.L., Oke, H., Zhang, Y. and Bartelt-Hunt, S.L. (2015). The effect of particle size on sorption of estrogens, androgens, and progestagens in aquatic sediment. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 299: 112-121. Jaimes-Correa, J.C. , Snow, D.D., Bartelt-Hunt, S.L. (2015). Seasonal Occurrence of Antibiotics and Beta Agonists in an Agriculturally-Intensive Watershed. Environmental Pollution, 205: 87-96.