The Green Product Design Network

Collaborating to invent sustainable solutions.

Julie A. Haack

Dr. Julie Haack, currently serves as the Interim Coordinator for the University of Oregon’s new Green Product Design Network working to integrate efforts to build new knowledge around policy, economic models, business practices, communication and green chemistry to facilitate the invention of and market creation for greener products.

Haack also holds the position of Assistant Department Head, and tenured senior instructor in the Department of Chemistry. Haack’s courses engage students in the study of chemistry by incorporating green chemistry principles into the curriculum. She is also the coordinator of a growing network of educators who teach green chemistry and who are working to develop educational materials for green chemistry. Part of this initiative was the creation of GEMs - a living database of educational materials Haack designed to facilitate the identification, development and dissemination of laboratory exercises, lecture materials, course syllabi and multimedia content that illustrate chemical concepts important for green chemistry.

Haack began her career in science at the UO, graduating with a B.S. in chemistry in 1986. She received her Ph.D. in biology at the University of Utah, followed by a postdoc in pharmacology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. After returning to UO as an Adjunct Assistant Professor and Faculty Fellow in chemistry, she worked as a Howard Hughes Research Associate.

Julie A Haack (Network Coordinator)
Assistant Department Head, Chemistry
91C Klamath Hall 1253 University of Oregon Eugene, OR 97403-1253
Phone: (541) 346-4604

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