Marilyn Wooten is an instructor and the laboratory coordinator for the first two years’ lab sequence. In first three lab courses students get the hands on experience conducting experiments focused on the study of various aspects of the chemical and physical properties of matter, collecting the associated data, analyzing the data and presenting the data. In the fourth lab in the sequence, students get to design the experiments. She also teaches lectures as well.
Since starting at Trinity, she has had the opportunity to participate in interdisciplinary research in air quality (ozone), water condensates quality from air cooling systems, and invisible fresco designs at the Alamo. She has also had the occasion to continue some research in electro-chemical sensing platforms.
Ph.D., University of Texas at San Antonio
M.A., University of Texas at Austin
“Quality of Condensates from Air Handling Units” Diana Glawe, Ph.D., P.E.; Marilyn Wooten, Ph.D.; Dennis Lye, Ph.D. ASHRAE December (2016), 14 -23.
“ Morphology of Gold Nanoparticles and Electrocatalysis of Glucose Oxidation” Sushma Karra; Marilyn Wooten; Wendell P. Griffith; Waldemar Gorski; Electrochimica Acta (2016) 218, 8–14.
“On the Direct Electron Transfer Sensing and Enzyme Activity in the Glucose Oxidase Carbon Nanotubes System”, Marilyn Wooten; Sushma Karra; Maeogen Zhang; Waldemar Gorski, Analytical Chemistry (2014) 86 (1), 752-757.
“Facilitation of NADH Electrooxidation at Treated Carbon Nanotubes, Marilyn Wooten, Waldermar Gorski, Analytical Chemistry (2010), 82 (4), 1299-1304.