Marc A. Anderson

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Marc Arlen Anderson
Born December 1, 1945 (1945-12) (age 71)
Monroe, Wisconsin, United States
Nationality American

Marc Arlen Anderson (born December 1, 1945) is chair of the Environmental Chemistry and Technology Program at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.[1][2]

He was born in Monroe, Wisconsin, to his father Arthur and his mother Helene. He graduated from Brodhead High School and holds degrees in chemistry from the University of Wisconsin–Madison (BS) and Johns Hopkins University (MA and PhD).[3] Currently he is a professor in the Environmental Engineering program at UW–Madison.[3] Dr. Anderson is advisor - principal research at the IMDEA Energy Institute. He is married to Isabel Tejedor from Puente Pelayo, Spain. He and his wife currently inhabit an Arthur Peabody (architect) house in Madison, Wisconsin.[citation needed]


External links[edit]

  • Biography at the University of Wisconsin College of Engineering