Donald H. Stedman

University of Denver, USA


Donald H. Stedman achieved his B.A. degree from Cambridge University, England, his M.S. degree from the University of East Anglia, England, and his Ph.D. degree (with M. A. A. Clyne) from the same university, in 1964, 1965, and 1967, respectively. Stedman is a Professor Emeritus and Research Professor of chemistry at the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Denver, Denver, Colo. He served as a Visiting Lecturer to Professor at the University of Michigan (1971–1983), worked at the Departments of Chemistry and Atmospheric and Oceanic Science (jointly), a Research Scientist Senior at Ford Motor Company (1969–1971), and a Postdoctoral Fellow at Kansas State University (1967–1969) (with D. W. Setser). He is a Member at A.A.A.S., A.C.S., Air & Waste Management Association. Stedman received the American Chemical Society, Detroit Section, Thomas Midgley Award for Chemistry related to the Automobile Industry, 2002, American Chemical Society, Colorado Section Award, 1997, Air & Waste Management Association, Frank A. Chambers Award, 1996, American Chemical Society Award for Creative Advances in Environmental Science and Technology, 1996, and University Lecturer, University of Denver, 1994-1995, and John Evans Professor, since 2001. His national committee service included NAS-NRC Committee on Airline Cabin Air Quality, 1986 (recommended banning smoking on airliners). Stedman has Over 300 Refereed Publications and book chapters in atmospheric chemistry, chemical kinetics, trace gas analysis, chemiluminescence, and remote sensing, and his areas of interest include motor vehicle emissions, photochemical smog, stratospheric ozone, general atmospheric chemistry, and trace gas analysis.

Biography Updated on 1 November 2011

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