Professor; Interim Department Head; Director, Animal and Poultry Waste Mangement Centermike_williams@ncsu.edu
B.S. (1975) Zoology, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC
M.S. (1977) Poultry Science, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC,
Ph.D. (1989) Nutrition / Minor - Microbiology, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC
ALS 398H Exploring Issues and Making Recommendations Regarding the Use of Veterinary Pharmaceuticals in Animal Production
Research interest: Biotechnology applications for value-added processing of animal by-products. Anaerobic fermentation of animal manure for energy production, odor control, and pathogen management. Stable isotope geochemistry for determining the fate of land applied animal manure.
Williams, C.M. 2009. Development of environmentally superior technology in the U.S.and policy. Bioresour. Techno. 100:5512-5518.
W.J. Showers, C.M. Williams, and G.D. Jennings. 2006. Impact of large poultry operations on groundwater : stable 15N isotopes of nitrate assessment. International J. Poultry Sci. 5(4):318-329.
Schiffman, S.S., and C.M. Williams. Science of odor as a potential health issue. 2005. J. Environ. Qual. 34:129-138.
Williams, C. M. 2002. CAFOs: Issues and development of new waste treatment technology. Penn State Environmental Law Review. Vol. 10 Number 2:217-247.
Williams, C.M., J.C. Barker, and J.T. Sims, 1999. Management and utilization of poultry wastes. Rev Environ Contam Toxicol 162:105-157.