John Slater, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor at Hellenic American University. He is also the Director of Operations at the University’s Nashua, New Hampshire (NH) Campus in the United States. Dr. Slater holds a B.A. in Environmental Studies and Chemistry from Alfred University in Alfred, New York, and a M.S. and Ph.D. in Geochemical Systems from the University of New Hampshire in Durham, NH. Dr. Slater’s graduate work involved studying the chemical and physical relationships between glacial snow/ice and the atmosphere at Summit, Greenland. Additional work focused on how weather patterns influence air quality and climate change in New England. Dr. Slater was a NASA Earth System Science Fellow from 1999-2002 and has published several peer-reviewed scientific papers on atmospheric chemistry, atmospheric remote sensing (using satellite measurements), glacial ice and snow chemistry, and radiative climate forcing. Additionally, he is chair of the NH ENVIROTHON Advisory Committee (environmental science academic competition for North American high school students), Head Judge for the NH ENVIROTHON, and a co-author of NH’s Environmental Literacy Plan.
Global Climate Change, Environmental Education, New England Air Quality Issues, Green Building Technology, and Environmental Sustainability in Business.