Professor of Chemistry
Previous Director, Sustainability Institute for Regional Transformations
410 Halsey Science Center

B.A. Chemistry, Illinois Wesleyan University, 1992
Ph.D. Analytical Chemistry, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1997

My Chemistry-themed instagram: @kchemistuwo


Research Interests: Environmental Chemistry, Persistent Organic Pollutants, Water, Sediment, Emerging Contaminants

I am a professor of chemistry at The University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh in Oshkosh, WI.  My teaching experience includes Analytical Chemistry I and II, Analytical Separations, Environmental Chemistry (Quest II course), and General Chemistry I and II.  My research interests are in the areas of environmental chemistry and trace chemical analysis.

My research broadly focuses on the assessment of environmental contamination. I have conducted research on the contamination of stormwater pond and river sediments, including risk analysis for humans and wildlife and modeling based on land use. I am a board member of the Fox Wolf Watershed Alliance and a member of the American Chemical Society.

I also do chemical consulting work in foods, fuels, and environmental analytical areas. Available tools include elemental analysis (AA), GC-MS and LC-MS plus many others. Contact me to discuss your needs.

Here is a brief synopsis of currently available undergraduate research projects.

This is a link to my CV.

If you would like to contact me now, here is my e-mail address: