Ph.D., Chemical Engineering, The Queen’s University Belfast, N. Ireland, 1992
P.G.C.E. Education, St. Andrews College, Glasgow, Scotland, 1986
B.S., Chemical Engineering, University of Salford, Manchester, England, 1983
Dr. Pauline Johnson’s research interests are in the areas of water and wastewater treatment, sustainability, and the student engagement in community service learning. She has incorporated these diverse interests into innovative local and international engaged scholarship research projects involving infrastructure development, solar energy and the testing and treatment of water and wastewater for underserved communities. She works on multidisciplinary research teams and has received major grant funding from national funding agencies such as NSF GK-12, NSF REU, WERF and the EPA.
Stauber, CE, Wedgworth, JC, Johnson, P, Olson, JB, Ayers, T, Elliott, M, and Brown, J., “Associations between Self-Reported Gastrointestinal Illness and Water System Characteristics in Community Water Supplies in Rural Alabama: A Cross-Sectional Study,” PLoS ONE, 11(1), (2016)
Wedgworth, J., J. Brown, P.D. Johnson, J. Olson, M. Elliott, P. Grammer, C.E. Stauber. “Temporal heterogeneity of water quality from rural water supplies in Alabama,” J American Water Works Association, 107(8), pp. E401-E415 (2015)
Burkett, S., Dye, T., Johnson, P., “REU – NAE Grand Challenges Site at the University of Alabama,” American Journal of Engineering Education, 6(4), pp. 125-134, (2015)