"You can't be brave if you're indestructible: there's no risk"
In a prose Michael read during his high school debate team days, he learned a lesson that has stuck with him and impacted his teaching habits, strategies, and ultimate goal.
Michael Wentzel, PhD. Associate Professor, Augsburg University
Dr. Wentzel is an Assistant Professor of Chemistry at Augsburg University. His research interests span green chemistry including catalysis, flow chemistry, and sustainable polymer synthesis. Trained as a synthetic organic chemist using transition metals to develop new catalytic reaction methods, he is passionate about teaching and mentoring in the classroom, laboratory, and in research settings.
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