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Dave Snyder


After earning his Ph.D. at the UW-Madison, Dave Snyder joined the Department of Chemistry faculty at UW-Stevens Point in 2010. His research interests include atmospheric aerosols and mercury, aerosol optical properties, chemistry education and residential wood smoke.

Snyder is an ad hoc reviewer for: Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, Environmental Chemistry, Atmospheric Pollution Research, the American Journal of Undergraduate Research, and the Journal of Chemical Education, among others.


Snyder, D.C., Rutter, A.P., Worley, C., Olson, M., Plourde, T, Bader, R.C., Dallmann, T.R., and Schauer, J.J. (2010). “Spatial variability of carbonaceous aerosols and associated source tracers in two cities in the Midwestern United States.” Atmospheric Environment, 44, 1597-1608.


  • American Chemical Society (ACS)
  • American Geophysical Union (AGU)

I enjoy interacting with my students and seeing them learn, grow, and fulfill their promise.



“A life spent making mistakes is not only more honorable, but more useful than a life spent doing nothing.” – George Bernard Shaw

Associate Professor of Chemistry

CBB 445


Ph.D. - Atmospheric Chemistry
University of Wisconsin - Madison

B.S. - Chemistry Education
Ferris State University


Fundamental Chemistry
Quantitative Analysis Lab