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Chemistry and Biochemistry
Coordinator, Chemistry Laboratory

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Marie Little Fawn Agan is a lecturer and laboratory coordinator for the College of Science and Mathematics at Norwich University, where she has been a faculty member since 2018. She is the co-lead for the Norwich Wastewater-Based Epidemiology Initiative.

Marie completed her undergraduate degrees at St. Michael’s College, where she received the Howard Buxton scholarship, and is pursuing multiple graduate degrees in analytical chemistry, public health and medical laboratory science with aspirations for a doctorate. Her research interests lie in wastewater surveillance, ranging from theory to analytical techniques to implementation of public health measures. She is collaborating with researchers in several other disciplines of mathematics, humanities and communications. Agan has served on numerous conference and workshop program committees to include two NASA symposiums. She has served on the ACS committee on minority affairs and the American Chemical Society (ACS) bridge committee, and currently serves as the chair of the Green Mountain local American Chemical Society and adviser for Norwich University’s student section. Agan is a veteran, having served in the U.S. Air Force, Air National Guard for more than 15 years as a tactical F-16 fighter crew chief and as the deputy state public affairs and community relations officer.

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