Department of Physics

Phone: 617-973-5317
Fax: 617-367-5063
Email: phogan@suffolk.edu
Office: Archer Building, Rm. 361

       

Education

  • PhD, Brown University
  • MA, Bridgewater State College
  • MS, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
  • BS, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Professional Interests

  • Sustainable development and redevelopment in urban communities
  • Water supply, conservation, reclamation, and reuse
  • Environmental education at all levels

Professional Certifications

  • USGBC LEED Accredited Professional, 2009

Program Management

  • 2004-2010 Director of Environmental Engineering, Suffolk University
  • 2004 Assistant Dean, College of Arts & Sciences, Suffolk University
  • 2000-2004 Environmental Science Coordinator, Suffolk University

Technical Instruction

  • 2005-present Associate Professor of Physics, Suffolk University
  • 2004-2005 Assistant Professor of Physics, Suffolk University
  • 2000-2003 Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Suffolk University
  • 2001-2003 Visiting Professor of Chemistry forSummer Studies, Brown University
  • 2001 Visiting Professor of Chemistry, BrownUniversity
  • 2000 Lecturer, Quincy College, WentworthInstitute of Technology, Wheaton College

Process Engineering

  • 1987-1989 Senior Environmental Process Engineer, Badger Engineers, Cambridge, MA
  • 1981-1983 Senior Industrial Engineer, Metcalf & Eddy, Boston, MA
  • 1979-1981 Environmental Process Engineer, Badger America, Cambridge, MA

Professional Affiliations

  • American Chemical Society
  • American Institute of Chemical Engineers
  • American Society of Civil Engineers
  • United States Green Building Council

Publications

Hogan, P. A., Engineers Are Thinking Green Too! Incorporating Green Engineering Principles in the Science Curriculum. NEACT Journal, Vol. 25, No. 2, Winter-Spring, 2007, pp. 15-18.

Hamm*, P.H., Safety Training Effectiveness: Where the Rubber Meets the Road. Chemical Health & Safety, American Chemical Society, May/June, 2000.

Hamm, P.H., Conserving your health and safety: Using consistent choices to minimize exposures. AIC News, American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works Newsletter, Vol. 24, No. 5, September, 1999.

Shi, H., P.H. Hamm, R.G. Lawler, and D.C. Jackson (1999). Different effects of simple anoxic lactic acidosis and simulated in vivo anoxic acidosis on turtle heart. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. Part A 122:173-180, 1999.

Shi, H., P.H. Hamm, R.S. Meyers, R.G. Lawler, D.C. Jackson. Mechanisms of pHi recovery from NH4Cl induced acidosis in anoxic isolated turtle heart: a 31-P NMR study. Amer. J. of Physiol: 272 (Reg. Integ. Comp. Physiol.) 41:R6-R15, 1997.

Jackson, D.C., H. Shi., J. H. Singer, P.H. Hamm, R.G. Lawler. Effects of input pressure on in vitro turtle heart during anoxia and acidosis: a 31P-NMR study. Amer. J. of Physiol:268 (Reg. Integ. Comp. Physiol.) 37:R683-R689, 1995.

*now Hogan

Courses Taught

 

Chemistry

Organic Chemistry Lecture, I and II Advanced Organic Chemistry Lecture
Environmental Chemistry Lecture and Laboratory
General Chemistry Laboratory Majors and Non Majors
Instrumental Analysis Laboratory
Physical Chemistry Laboratory

 

 

 

Environmental Engineering


Engineering Practice
Introductory Environmental Engineering
Geology for Engineers
Air Pollution Control
Engineering Design
Engineering Measurements
Water and Wastewater Systems
Green Engineering
Senior Project

 

 

Environmental Science


Earth Structures and Dynamics

 

Non-majors Science


The Built World Lecture
Science & Technology Lecture

 

Senior and Special Projects


Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Engineering, Environmental Science, New England School of Design, Physics, Service Learning

 

Honors Courses


Griffin Fellows (SBS): Green Business
Griffin Fellows (SBS): Green Buildings
Archer Fellows (CAS): Beer: Production, Flavor and Nutrition