Glenn Morrison, PhD
Glenn Morrison, PhD
Glenn Morrison, is a professor in Environmental Science and Engineering with a primary interest in chemical and transport phenomena in building environments. These phenomena help us understand, but also control, human exposure to chemicals and particles that are released or transformed indoors. Dr. Morrison has directed research projects and field studies of dermal uptake of indoor pollutants, ozone surface chemistry, building forensics, sensor development, pollutant movement in buildings, aerosol transport of SVOCs, exposure implications of smog reactions with human surfaces and hair and related projects.
Glenn Morrison in the Gillings news
Honors and AwardsPresident
2014-2016, International Society of Indoor Air Quality and Climate (ISIAQ)Outstanding Teaching Award
2016, Missouri University of Science & TechnologyOutstanding Teaching Award of Excellence for Global Learning
2016, Missouri University of Science & TechnologyOtto Mønsted Guest Professorship
2015-2016, Technical University of DenmarkWilhelm Klauditz Fellowship
2015, Fraunhofer-WKI, Braunschweig, GermanyFellow of the Academy
2011, ISIAQCareer Award
2003, National Science Foundation
- Indoor Air Pollution
- Surface Chemistry
- Building Science
- Human Exposure
Role of clothing in both accelerating and impeding dermal absorption of airborne SVOCs. GC Morrison*, CJ Weschler, G Bekö, H Koch, T Salthammer, T Schripp, J Toftum, G Clausen (2016). Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology, 26(-), 113-118.
Accumulation of gas-phase methamphetamine on clothing, toy fabrics and skin oil. C Morrison*, NV Shakila, K Parker (2015). Indoor Air, 25(-), 405-414.
Role of aerosols in enhancing SVOC flux between air and indoor surfaces and its influence on exposure. C Liu, GC Morrison*, Y Zhang (2012). Atmospheric Environment, 55(-), 347-356.
Ozone-surface reactions in 5 homes: surface reaction probabilities, product yields and trends. H Wang, GC Morrison (2010). Indoor Air, 20(3), 224-234.
The influence of chemical interactions at the human surface on breathing zone levels of reactants and products. D Rim, A Novoselec, GC Morrison (2009). Indoor Air, 19(4), 324-334.
PhD, Environmental Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, 1999
MS, Environmental Engineering, University of California at Berkeley, 1995
BS, Chemical Engineering, University of California, San Diego, 1988