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Engineering educator

Monica Ann Mazurek, engineering educator. Achievements include patents for efficient synthesis of iodomethyl methyl ether. Recipient Haagen-Smit award, 2001, 2007. Member of United Nations Intergovtl. on Climate Change (Nobel Peace prize 2007), American Society Engineering Education, Air Waste Management Association, American Association Aerosol Research, American Chemical Society.

Background

Mazurek, Monica Ann Daughter of Eugene Theodore and Emily Lucia Mazurek.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy in Geochemistry, University California, Los Angeles, 1985.

Career

Coordinator program development science, mathematics, engineering Office vice president for undergraduate education Rutgers University, Piscataway, New Jersey, 1988—2000, director academic initiatives, School Engineering, 2000—2002, assistant professor, 2002—2008, associate professor, since 2008. Chemist, environmental chemistry division Brookhaven National Laboratory, 1989—1995. Associate program director atmospheric chemistry program National Science Foundation, Arlington, Virginia, 1996—1998.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents for efficient synthesis of iodomethyl methyl ether.

Membership

Member of United Nations Intergovtl. on Climate Change (Nobel Peace prize 2007), American Society Engineering Education, Air Waste Management Association, American Association Aerosol Research, American Chemical Society.

Connections

Married Gary Lee Taghon, December 31, 1998. Children: Max Edward Taghon, Meredith Marie Taghon.

father:
Eugene Theodore

mother:
Emily Lucia Mazurek

spouse:
Gary Lee Taghon

child:
Max Edward Taghon Mazurek

child:
Meredith Marie Taghon Mazurek