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Michelle Shulman  |  Interests  |  Scholarship  

Education:

  • Ph.D. Chemistry, University of Washington in Seattle

Award:

  • Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SOTL) Fellowship - Carnegie Foundation (2007)

Grant:

  • Screening Technologies - J. Long Foundation (2006)

Presentations:

Selected Presentations

  • Shulman, Michelle (talk, speech or lecture, other-Workshop Leader)
    “NSF-CWCS Advanced Forensic Science Workshop: Use of Polarizing Light Microscopy (PLM)”
    (July 2009)
  • Case of the Fantastic Forgery: A Chemical Instrumentation Capstone Project. Martin, Ashley and Shulman, Michelle (poster, co-author)
    Art and the Matter Conference, Smiths College
    (October 2007)
  • Case of the Fantastic Forgery: A Chemical Instrumentation Capstone Project. Shulman, Michelle (talk, speech or lecture, primary presenter)
    American Chemical Society (ACS)
    (August 2007)
  • Shulman, Michelle (talk, speech or lecture)
    Case of the Fantastic Forgery: Chemistry and Art for Teaching and Research Workshop sponsored by NSF Chemistry Collaborations, Workshops and Community of Scholars (cCWCS) program,Pittcon, Orlando, Florida, March 2012.

Publications:

  • Wheeler, M., Burgio, L. and Shulman, M. 2011. Materials and Techniques of Kalighat Paintings: Pigment Analysis of Nine Paintings from the Collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum (MS ID 607769, Journal of the Institute of Conservation, vol. 34, issue 2, pg.173-185, eds. , , ,
  • Yu, Liya, Shulman, Michelle, Kopperud, Royal and Hildemann, Lynn. 2005. Characterization of Organic Compounds Collected During Southeastern Aerosol and Visibility Study (SEAVS): Water Soluble Organic Species, Environmental Science and Technology, issue 39, pg.707-715
  • Yu, Liya, Shulman, Michelle, Kopperud, Royal and Hildemann, Lynn. 2005. Fine Organic Aerosols Collected in a Humid, Rural Location (Great Smoky Mountains, Tennessee, U.S.A.): Chemical and Temporal Characteristics, Atmospheric Environment, issue 39, pg.6037-6050
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