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Deanna L. Donohoue (she/her)

Associate Professor of Chemistry
920-832-6533

Her research has included work on the gas phase oxidation of mercury in the atmosphere, halogen chemistry of the arctic and the use of remote sensing, and the impacts of passively degassing volcanoes on the biogeochemical cycling of trace gases species such as ozone, mercury, an

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headshot of Deanna Donohoue

Deanna L. Donohoue (she/her)

Associate Professor of Chemistry
920-832-6533

Her research has included work on the gas phase oxidation of mercury in the atmosphere, halogen chemistry of the arctic and the use of remote sensing, and the impacts of passively degassing volcanoes on the biogeochemical cycling of trace gases species such as ozone, mercury, an

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Graham T. Sazama (He/Him)

Assistant Professor of Chemistry
920-832-6949

Dr. Saz is a Wisconsin native, born and raised in Chippewa Falls, about 180 miles west of Appleton, WI. He has enjoyed playing with all the phases of matter since he was small, and went on to pursue that interest in college at the University of Wisconsin – Madison.

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