Keri Hornbuckle is the Donald E. Bently Professor of Engineering and Associate Dean for Academic Programs in the College of Engineering. Her primary appointment is in the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, and she serves as on the faculty of the Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Human Toxicology. Her research addresses the environmental sources, transport, fate, and impact of semivolatile organic pollutants, such as polychlorinated diphenyls (PCBs), and emerging chemical pollutants such as perfluorinated compounds, synthetic musk fragrances, and siloxanes. Her laboratory team conducts large-scale field and modeling projects in urban, industrial, and rural environments, much of which have focused on the Chicago area as well as cities and rural communities in Iowa. Hornbuckle is a past President of the International Association for Great Lakes Research and is Associate Editor of the journal Environmental Science & Technology.