AUM Faculty & Staff
Associate Professor | College of Sciences
Ph.D. in Mathematics (2006) – Wayne State University
M.A. in Mathematical Statistics (2004) – Wayne State University
M.Sc. in Mathematics (1992) – Addis Ababa University
Mosisa Aga is an assistant professor in the Department of Mathematics in School of Sciences. His research interest includes time series analysis, bootstrap approximation methods and Gaussian long memory processes.
Lecturer | College of Sciences
Ph.D. (2012) Biochemistry, University of Houston
B.S. (2007) Chemistry, University of Houston
Dr. Haewon An is a Lecturer in the AUM Department of Chemistry. She teaches General Chemistry and Organic Chemistry Lab. Her research has focused on elucidating the essential roles of several residues in Vibrio harveyi FRP activity during her Ph.D. She further tried to determine the roles of Phospholipase D (PLD) in an anesthetic effect of living organisms during her postdoctoral experience at Scripps Research Institute in Florida. She also has chemistry research experiences to prepare palladium shells with gold and silica nanoparticles. She has supervised and instructed numerous students in biochemical techniques.
Assistant Professor | College of Sciences
Ph.D. (1990) Chemistry, Louisiana State University
B.S. (1985) Chemistry, Louisiana State University
Dr. Steve Arnold’s area of expertise is Physical Chemistry. His research interests are in UV-visible absorption and emission spectroscopy. Dr. Arnold instructs students at AUM in Physics as well as General Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, and Instrumental Analysis. Dr. Arnold further serves as the academic advisor for students pursuing degrees in Physical Science with the Chemistry option.