Anderson Ellis

MS Student in Environmental Engineering at the Colorado School of Mines

Ellis - Bio Photo



M.S., Civil and Environmental Engineering In Progress, Colorado School of Mines, Colorado

B.A., Political Science (2015), Yale University of Illinois, New Haven, CT


Anderson Ellis is a current M.S. graduate student in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the Colorado School of Mines. His specialization is in Environmental and Water Engineering, with a particular focus on subsurface contaminant remediation. Anderson received his undergraduate degree from Yale University in Political Science, with a coursework emphasis on environmental law and energy policy.  In the Strathmann Group, Anderson’s research centers on the treatment of emerging contaminants, particularly per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances. His current research project aims to remove these substances from groundwater supplies through application of ion exchange processes using a combination of ionic and non-ionic resins. Outside the lab, Anderson is an avid fly fisherman, cyclist, and soccer fan.

Contact Information

Colorado School of Mines, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, 1500 Illinois St., Golden, CO 80401. Email