Department of Chemistry

An Interactive Education

In the Department of Chemistry at Michigan Tech, we pride ourselves on the top-notch education and valuable guidance we offer to students seeking both undergraduate and graduate degrees. We believe that chemistry is a hands-on science best taught through personal interaction and lab experiences that are both practical and relevant.

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Sarah A. Green

Sarah A. Green

BA, Chemistry, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, 1983

Contact

906-487-3419
sgreen@mtu.edu

Professor, Chemistry

Dr. Sarah A. Green is interested in all aspects of environmental chemistry from molecular analytical methods to global climate change, including the science policy interface.  Dr. Green has been a member of the Chemistry Department at Michigan Tech since 1994 and served as Department Chair from 2004 to 2013. She was

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Lynn R. Mazzoleni

Lynn R. Mazzoleni

PhD, University of Nevada, Reno

Contact

906-487-1853
lrmazzol@mtu.edu

Associate Professor, Chemistry

Atmospheric aerosols and clouds play important roles in determining the Earth’s climate. Trace gases and aerosols, constitute only a tiny fraction of the atmospheric mass, however they interfere with the solar radiative transfer through the atmosphere. Along with molecular scattering and absorption from gases, aerosol particles and clouds determine

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Ashutosh Tiwari

Ashutosh Tiwari

PhD, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India

Contact

906-487-1840
tiwari@mtu.edu

Associate Professor, Chemistry

Our research interest lies in the area of 'protein aggregation diseases'. The long-term goal of our laboratory is to understand the relationship between protein misfolding and aggregation, and their role in health and disease. Although, protein misfolding and aggregation have been directly linked to cellular toxicity for several protein

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