Michael C. Cann                                    
      Chemistry Department
      University of Scranton
     Scranton, PA 18510
     570-941-7519
      570-941-7510 (FAX)
      michael.cann@scranton.edu

        Professor of Chemistry
        Co-Director Environmental Science
          Former Moderator of ECO (Environmentally Concerned Organization)
             ECO Picnic pictures
                 ECO Leggetts Creek Cleanup pictures

EDUCATION

Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake Central High School 1965
BA Chemistry, Marist College 1969
MA, Ph.D. Organic Chemistry, SUNY Stony Brook 1972, 1973

COURSES TAUGHT

        Elements of Chemistry (Chem 100) syllabus
        Organic Chemistry (Chem 232) syllabus

        Organic Chemistry (Chem 233) syllabus
        Environmental Chemistry (Chem 340)  syllabus
        Chemical Literature and Writing (Chem 390) syllabus
        Structural Organic Chemistry (Chem 530; graduate) syllabus
        Mechanistic Organic Chemistry (Chem 531; graduate) syllabus
        Topics in Environmental Science (ESCI 440) syllabus
        Internship in Environmental (ESCI 480-481) syllabus 

Graduate Environmental Management Study (GEMS), University of Zagreb, Environmental Chemistry Course (group photo

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

RECENT PRESENTATIONS
 

RECENT AWARDS, HONORS AND GRANTS

   2000 The Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation Special Grant Program in the Chemical Sciences

   2001 Pennsylvania Governor's Award for Environmental Excellence

    2001 NSF Major Research Instrumentation Grant 

    2004 Provost Award Excellence in Integrating Sustainability in the Curriculum                                                                                                                        \

    2009 Co-winner Northeast Pennsylvania Business Journal Green Powerhouse Award for an Individual

    2010 ACS Committee on Environmental Improvement National Award for Incorporating Sustainability into Chemical Education  

   2010 Member ACS Committee on Environmental Improvement 

   2011 Editor, Green Processing and Synthesis, journal

   

AREAS OF INTEREST

         Green Chemistry
                -Green Chemistry Workshop; Please contact M. Cann if you are interested in a day long workshop on green
                cheimstry; download workshop outline

         Nitrenium Ions

         Microwave Assisted Organic Reactions

         Sustainability

 

         


The University of Scranton Environmental Science Alumni Survey Form

Environmental Science Tentative Course Offerings through spring 2011 (download)

Environmental Science Alumni Profiles


SUMMER ORIENTATION "FACULTY EXPECTATIONS" PowerPoint download