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Welcome Info

Thanks for visiting my site! As a faculty member in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Cal Poly Pomona my interest are very diverse. I enjoy exploring the world of chemistry with students through engaging course offerings, applied research, and scholarly activities. In this site you will find more information about all of these areas and how they relate to the Page Group. Please contact me if you have ideas for collaboration or would like to learn more!

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Office Hours

Winter 2018, Building 8, Room 317

Mon. 1pm-2pm, Tuesday 9a-10am & 2:30p-3:30p,
Thursday 9a-10am & 2:30p-3:30p

Recently Completed Projects

  1. 01/22/17: Our manuscript covering Abstract Reasoning in HS chemistry was recommended for publication in CERP.
  2. 05/27/16: Our commitee completed a Program Review of the undergraduate cirriculum in the department.
  3. 06/24/14: Our High School Biodiesel manuscript was ACCEPTED to the J. Chem. Educ. for publication.
  4. 05/31/14: Dr. Page received Tenure and Promotion to Associate Professor.

Upcoming Projects

  1. Dr. Page is headed to Philadelphia in Feb 2017 to present results of the collaboration with USDA utilizing Biodiesel as a starting material.
  2. Dr. Page is leading the College of Science's effort to assist students in planning Indivual Academic Plans that lead to graduation prior to semester conversion
  3. The Page group is investigating the synthesis of novel Green consumer materials.

Contact Information

E-mail: mfpage@cpp.edu
Phone:(909)869-4533
Fax:(909)869-4344

Mailing Address

Dr. Michael F. Z. Page
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
3801 W. Temple Ave. Pomona, CA 91768


Brief News

01/15/17: Our manuscript covering Abstract Reasoning in HS chemistry was submitted to CERP for review

Interesting Stories

8/25/16 Dr. James LuValle (BA '36, MA '37, PhD '40) was an olympian and great Bruin! Read his Story

8/07/13 The NIH and the Lack family reach an agreement regarding the use of Henrietta Lacks (HeLA) cell line in biomedical research Read the latest article in Nature