Heather Buckley

Heather L. Buckley (she/her), Ph.D., P.L.Eng.
Associate Professor of Civil Engineering and Associate of the Chemistry Department

I am a green chemist and engineering professor who believes that responsible development of greener technologies is a core component to improving human and environmental health. Designing tools for better environmental monitoring and strategies for the proactive use of safer alternatives empowers communities and industrial partners towards environmental stewardship and better public health outcomes.

  • MSc in Chemistry with Jennifer Love; University of British Columbia, Canada (2009)
  • International Fulbright Science and Technology Fellow (2009-2012)
  • PhD in Chemistry with John Arnold; University of California Berkeley, USA (2014)
  • Postdoctoral Fellow with Marty Mulvihill and Susan Amrose; University of California Berkeley Center for Green Chemistry (2014-2016)
  • Green Talents Fellow with Achim Schaadt; Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy, Freiburg, Germany (2015)
  • ITRI Rosenfeld Postdoctoral Fellow in the Energy Technologies Area with Ashok Gadgil; United States Department of Energy Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA (2016-2017)
  • Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Victoria, BC, Canada (2018-2022)
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