Daniel J. McNaughton recently completed his Ph.D. Valparaiso University, was awarded tenure at open- in agricultural and resource economics at the University ing convocation ceremonies in August. He was also of Connecticut. His program focused on environmental awarded the Caterpillar Award for Excellence in and development economics. His dissertation research Teaching by the university for his commitment to and was on the relationships between air quality and eco- effectiveness in teaching. The award is presented to a nomic development over time and across countries. faculty member annually based on nominations by colleagues and students. McNaughton received his B.S. in meteorology from The Pennsylvania State University in 1971. He holds Wolf serves as academic advisor to several dozen M.S. degrees in atmospheric physics from Drexel meteorology majors, is director of the Valparaiso University (1973) and resource economics from the University Storm Intercept Team, and cofounded the University of Connecticut (1999). Since receiving his Northwest Indiana chapter of the National Weather first M.S., he worked in air pollution research and con- Association. His innovative and engaging style have sulting. His studies centered on problems related to made him a popular speaker. He has given more than regional air pollution and hazardous
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Published: Dec 1, 2000
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