Denise Mauzerall

Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Public and International Affairs, Woodrow Wilson School
Phone: 
609-258-2498
Email Address: 
mauzeral@Princeton.EDU
Office Location: 
445 Robertson Hall, E412 Engineering Quad
Degrees: 

PhD         Atmospheric Chemistry, Earth and Planetary Science Department, Harvard University, Boston, Massachusetts 1996.

MA          Atmospheric Chemistry, Earth and Planetary Science Department, Harvard University, Boston, Massachusetts 1992.

MS          Environmental Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, California 1988.

ScB        Chemistry, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, 1985.

Concurrent University Appointments
  • Core faculty, Center for Policy Research on Energy and Environment (C-PREE), Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs.
  • Associated Faculty, High Meadows Environmental Institute
  • Associated Faculty, Andlinger Center for Energy and Environment
  • Associated Faculty, Geosciences department
  • Associated Faculty, Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences program
  • Associated Faculty, Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies
  • Executive Committee Andlinger Center for Energy and Environment
  • Executive Committee M.S. Chadha Center for Global India
  • Director of Doctoral Studies, Woodrow Wilson School
Research INTERESTS

Professor Mauzerall analyzes the impacts of energy technology choices on air quality, public health, food security and greenhouse gas mitigation. Her group conducts policy-relevant scientific research utilizing regional and global atmospheric chemistry/climate models as well as atmospheric, agricultural, and epidemiological data. She collaborates widely with scholars in a variety of fields. Recent research also examines international energy financing of coal and renewable energy. The group has published papers in Nature, Nature Sustainability, and Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, as well as in a variety of top disciplinary journals.

Courses

CEE/ENV/ENE 334 WWS452.  Global Environmental Issues
WWS594s.  Climate Change:  Science and Policy

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