Welcome to my personal page!
I’m David Gorelick, a PhD student in the Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering (ESE) at UNC Chapel Hill. As a research assistant at the University of North Carolina’s Center on Financial Risk in Environmental Systems, I have broad interests across inter-connected environmental, engineered, economic, and financial systems and solving complex problems of resource allocation and management. My current research focuses on identification and mitigation of physical and financial risks to urban water utilities in the United States.
On Sept. 9, 2020, I gave a short seminar on my PhD research. You can watch it at the link here!
I have previously done research related to biofuel production, water quality, and racial disparities in water service access. As a “career” UNC student, I hold a BS in Environmental Science and Mathematics and an MS in Environmental Sciences and Engineering from Chapel Hill. Find me on LinkedIn here, or contact me at email@example.com with any comments, questions or requests. Go Heels!