Carolyn Mathur, Ph.D.
Professor of Biology
- 1969, B.A. Biology (cum laude), Millersville University
- 1973, Ph.D. Microbial Biochemistry (National Defense Education Act fellow), Auburn University
- Chair, Department of Biological Sciences, 1993-2002
- Acting Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, York College of Pennsylvania, January –August, 2001
- Microbiology consultant for Philadelphia Electric Company and for General Public Utilities.
- Biology of Microorgansims
- BRIE (The Biogeochemical Research Initiative for Education) Visiting Research Fellow: Penn State University, 2003-2005
- API (American Petroleum Institute) Summer Research Fellow: Penn State University: Project: The Role of Mineral Surface Chemistry and Mesoporosity on the Availability of Organic Matter to Microbial Degradation: 2004
- Fulbright Scholar, University of Malta, 1993.
- ASM (American Society of Microbiology) NSF Scientist-Educator Team Fellow: Hershey Medical Center, Pennsylvania State University, 1992.
- NSF (National Science Foundation) Grant - Student originated study entitled "Toxicological Analysis of Silage Using Short-term Microbial and Human Cell Bioassays." 1980
- Williams, S. and C. F. Mathur. 2011. Pathogenic Bacteria on Non-clinical Cell Phones. J. PA Acad. Sci. Vol. 84(supp).
- Wolf, L. and C. F. Mathur. 2011. A Comparison of Canine Parvovirus Infections at Two Pennsylvania Animal Shelters. J. PA Acad. Sci. Vol. 84(supp).
- Becker, C. E., C. F. Mathur, B. G. Rehnberg. 2010 The effects of chronic exposure to common bedding materials on the metabolic rate and overall health of male CD-1 mice. Journal of applied animal welfare science JAAWS. Vol. 13, Issue 1, p46-55.
- Luckenbaugh, M. and CF Mathur, 2007, Microbial-community Functional Response to the Effluent from a Wastewater Treatment Facility in York County, PA. J. PA Acad. Sci. Vol. 80(supp).
- Buss, H. L., Bruns, M. A., Schultz, M. J., Moore, J., Mathur, C. F., Brantley, S. L. 2005 The coupling of biological iron cycling and mineral weathering during saprolite formation, Luquillo Mountains, Puerto Rico. Geobiology Vol. 3 Issue 4, p247-260.