Michael Massey is an assistant professor in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences. He teaches primarily Environmental Science (ENSC) courses, and his research focuses on soil and water chemistry.
Mike's professional focus is natural science and environmental science education and research. An understanding of the natural world and natural/human processes that alter the environment is crucial for 21st century citizens and scientists. Aside from the classroom, teaching laboratory, and field, Mike's disciplinary research specialty is the environmental chemistry of nutrients and contaminants in soil. He uses spectroscopy (measuring how light interacts with matter) to study natural processes and mechanisms. In particular, Mike focuses on x-ray spectroscopy using instruments ranging from handheld x-ray analyzers all the way to large particle accelerators (e.g., the Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Lightsource at the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory).
- Ph.D., Stanford University
- M.S., Colorado State University
- B.A., Stanford University
|Course #||Sec||Course Title||Days||From||To||Location||Campus||Textbook Info|
|ENSC 2800||02||Enviro Problems of California||TTH||2:00PM||3:50PM||SC-N206||Hayward Campus||View Books|
|ENSC 4900||01||Independent Study||ARR||ARR||Hayward Campus||View Books|
|ENSC 4900||02||Independent Study||ARR||ARR||Hayward Campus||View Books|