Philip Stevens is Rudy Professor and associate dean for faculty affairs at the O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs. His research is focused on the characterization of the chemical mechanisms in the atmosphere that influence indoor air quality, regional air quality and global climate change.
As a leading scholar in the field of atmospheric chemistry, his research helps guide policymakers and government regulators working to improve air quality and mitigate climate change.
Areas of Expertise
Atmospheric chemistry, environmental toxicology and chemistry, indoor air quality, regional air quality, global climate change.